Children and Young People’s Trauma Informed Care Programme Communities of Practice

“When you’re building social movements, it helps to provide safe spaces for discussion: spaces which allow people from different disciplines and practice areas to come together and share information.”

– Katy Winfield, Community of Practice Manager for the Children & Young People’s Trauma Informed Care Programme.

Career Development Month Blog

“Recruiting the health and social care workforce continues to be a challenge for many reasons and some of our work focuses on what support we can give to people wanting to work in the sector and how those already employed can continue to learn, develop and progress in their careers.”

– Tina Jenkinson & Victoria Wilkins, Project Managers of the Grow and Train Team at Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership.

Role Emerging Placements (REP)

“My role-emerging placement challenged me to see healthcare provision in a new and exciting way. The flexibility of my placement meant I could conduct a project I am passionate about, one that has not only impacted on future care provision but increased my confidence as a student and as a future Allied Healthcare Professional.”

– Rebecca Robinson, MSc Occupational Therapy student at York St John University on a Role Emerging Placement.