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Agenda and minutes

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Transcript: Transcript for 10/01/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee

Items
Note No. Item

(09:30)

1.

Introductions, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

Minutes:

1.1 The Chair welcomed Members. Apologies were received from Hefin David, there was no substitute.

(09:30 - 10:15)

2.

Inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People - Evidence session 9

Samaritans Cymru

Sarah Stone, Executive Director
Emma Harris, Policy and Communications Officer
Carol Fradd, Functional Lead for Schools

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

2.1 The Committee heard evidence from the Samaritans. They agreed to send the Committee two reports:

- A review in The Lancet published in 2015 - School-based suicide prevention programmes: the SEYLE cluster-randomised, controlled trial; and

- The World Health Organisation report - Growing up unequal: gender and socioeconomic differences in young people's health and well-being.

(10:30 - 11:30)

3.

Inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People - Evidence session 10

NHS Emergency Duty Team / Crisis Care Practitioners

 

Sharon Stirrup, Operational Manager CAMHS – Powys Teaching Health Board

Darren Rennie, Co-ordinated Intensive Treatment Team (CITT) Practitioner – Powys Teaching Health Board

Caren Weaver, Crisis Nurse – Cwm Taf University Health Board

Dr Mark Griffiths, Clinical Director, CAMHS – Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

Melanie Jones, CAMHS Crisis Liaison Nurse – Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board

 

General responses from all Health Boards and the Welsh NHS Confederation have been published on the inquiry consultation page

 

Minutes:

3.1 The Committee heard evidence from representatives from NHS emergency duty teams and crisis care practitioners.

 

3.2 Witnesses agreed to provide a note on the proportion of young   people presenting to the crisis teams in the different Health Boards who are waiting for a CAMHS assessment or are already under the care of CAMHS.

 

4.

Inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People - Evidence session 11

Police Representatives

 

Assistant Chief Constable Jonathan Drake, South Wales Police and Mental Health Regional Wales lead, National Police Chiefs Council

Detective Chief Inspector Alistair Mitchell, South Wales Police

Superintendent Nicholas McLain, Gwent Police

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

4.1 The Committee heard evidence from the National Police Chiefs Council.

 

4.2 The Committee agreed to write to North Wales Police to seek its view on provision of mental health support for children and young people in Wales and its impact on the force’s work.

(12:15)

5.

Paper(s) to note

Minutes:

5.1 The papers were noted.

5.1

Letter from the Cabinet Secretary for Education - Package of investment in the additional learning needs transformation programme

Supporting documents:

5.2

Letter from the Cabinet Secretary for Education - Implementation of the additional learning needs (ALN) transformation programme

Supporting documents:

(12:15)

6.

Motion under Standing Order 17.42(ix) to resolve to exclude the public from the meeting for the remainder of the meeting.

Minutes:

6.1 The Motion was agreed.

(12:15 - 12:30)

7.

Inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People - Consideration of the evidence received

Minutes:

7.1 The Committee considered the evidence heard during the meeting.

 

 

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