MyOutcomes® UK comes bundled with 4 modules of OO-CAMHS e-learning, accredited by the British Psychological Society

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OO-CAMHS eLearning

This e-learning programme is designed for developing a whole service approach to improve outcome, patient choice and satisfaction, at the same time as decreasing costs and increasing capacity. Completion of these e-learning modules will enable the benefits of OO-AMHS to reach patients, staff and services as a whole, nationally and internationally.

This OO-AMHS training package reflects a commitment to the Lord Darzi Next Stage Review and the subsequent paper on developing a High Quality Workforce.

MyOutcomes® UK comes bundled with 4 modules of e-learning. Additional training is available for those who would like to become an approved trainer in Outcomes Orientated Approaches to Mental Health Service delivery. A certificate of completion accredited by the British Psychological Society will lead to recognition as an approved trainer.

Learn more how MyOutcomes® UK interprets ORS and SRS scores automatically and charts progress graphically so that practitioners can provide verbal and visual ‘real-time’ session-by-session feedback to individual patients and/or their carer(s) about their progress. It has inbuilt ‘flags’ that alert practitioners and their supervisors to cases where there is little or no improvement, facilitating, where necessary, a change in the approach taken.

MyOutcomes UK, feedback informed, improve outcomes, reduce costs nrepp certified

OO-CAMHS Service Transformation Toolkit

OO-CAMHS (an acronym that stands for Outcome Oriented Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services) draws on a large international evidence base that has consistently shown certain extra-therapeutic factors (such as social context) and intra-therapeutic factors (such as therapeutic relationship) are most likely to influence outcome. It is the first CAMHS development that is designed to incorporate this evidence into a whole service model that can improve outcomes for children,adolescents and their families at the same time as maximising efficient use of resources.


Our Trainers

Dianne Tetley

Dianne is Assistant Director of Research and Effectiveness at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, UK and an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Lincoln, UK. Her work is primarily aimed at improving the quality of mental health care for service users. Dianne is an innovator and implementor of quality improvement initiatives. Dianne has received expert training in the USA in the set-up and application of a client directed outcome informed approach to clinical work and service delivery. Her current projects include the development and implementation of an outcome orientated child and adolescent mental health service (OO-CAMHS) and the development of an online e-learning package for the delivery of an outcome orientated approach to the delivery of mental health serices (OO-AMHS).

Sami Timimi

Sami Timimi is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Director of Medical Education in the National Health Service in Lincolnshire and a Visiting Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Lincoln, UK. He writes from a critical psychiatry perspective on topics relating to mental health and has published many articles in leading journals and chapters in books on many subjects including eating disorders, psychotherapy, behavioural disorders and cross-cultural psychiatry. He has authored four books, Pathological Child Psychiatry and the Medicalization of Childhood, published in 2002, Naughty Boys: Anti-Social Behaviour, ADHD and the Role of Culture, published in 2005, Misunderstanding ADHD: A Complete Guide for Parents to Alternatives to Drugs published in 2007, and A Straight Talking Introduction to Children’s Mental Health Problems published in 2009. He co-edited with Begum Maitra Critical Voices in Child and Adolescent Mental Health published in 2006, Liberatory Psychiatry: Philosophy, Politics, and Mental Health with Carl Cohen, published in 2008 and Rethinking ADHD: From Brain to Culture with Jonathan Leo in 2009. He has co-authored with Brian McCabe and Neil Gardner The Myth of Autism: Medicalising Men and Boys’ Social and Emotional Competence published in 2010.

Gill Walker

Gill Walker has over 30 years’ experience of working in and supervising in a range of settings including child and adolescent, adult and older adult mental health. She is trained as a Registered Mental Health Nurse.

Gill is passionate about Outcomes and about Supervision. She has undertaken training and CPD  in the UK, USA and Canada in using Outcomes Orientated approaches and Routine Outcome Measures. Gill provides technical expertise, training and development for workforces in Adult Mental Health Services, CAMHS and third sector providers.

Gill is an experienced Project Manager at both Regional and National level. Gill has undertaken Project management within and across education and health & well-being settings working with both Commissioners and Providers of services in the Local Authority, NHS, Independent providers and third Sector. Just keep at it and the chain will paper writing services grow longer every day