Speakers confirmed for CORC Forum 2023

The CORC Forum is the event for those with an interest in mental health and wellbeing outcomes for children and young people. So if you haven’t already, please book a place for this year’s event which will take place online on Tuesday 21 November from 9.30am to 1.30pm.

We can now announce that this year’s keynote speaker is David Trickey from the UK Trauma Council - he will consider ‘Unravelling Traumatic Events: Minimising their impact through evidence-based understanding and intervention’. 
Attendees can also expect to enjoy

  • a session from CORC member organisation SWEDA on ‘Measuring impact in a specialist charity setting
  • the introduction of ‘Understanding and addressing the challenges of outcome measurement associated with differences in culture’ guidance by CORC Regional Improvement Officer, Rachael Grant
  • a presentation on ‘Using digital tools to support best practice in outcome measurement’ by  Sally Marriott, POD Manager, Anna Freud
  • an update from CORC Programme Manager, Nick Tait, on various developments and projects from within CORC

plus more to be confirmed…
Keep an eye out for next month’s newsletter for the full agenda.
To book, CORC members should email Georgina Mutton at CORC@annafreud.org advising names of those wishing to attend.  For non-members, please just follow this link to book your place.
Please note that the bookings page will be offline between 27 September and 2 October due to website maintenance, so please book around these dates.

CORC Forum bookings



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