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One-off evidence session: Tuesday 21 November 2017.
The focus of the session will be, given that funding and action on child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) have been promised, how do we know whether they are being delivered, and how do we know whether the funding and other action are being appropriately targetted?
Evidence given by Anne Longfield OBE, Children’s Commissioner for England, Paul Lelliott, Deputy Chief Inspector with lead responsibility for Mental Health, Care Quality Commission, Professor Ursula Gallagher, Deputy Chief Inspector of General Practice (London) and Children’s Health & Justice, Care Quality Commission; Sarah Brennan OBE, Chief Executive, YoungMinds, James Kenrick, Chief Executive, Youth Access, Professor Miranda Wolpert MBE, Director of the Evidence Based Practice Unit, University College London; Jackie Doyle-Price, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health, Jonathan Marron, Director General, Community Care, Department of Health, Claire Murdoch, National Mental Health Director, NHS England, Tim Kendall, Mental Health National Clinical Director for NHS England and NHS Improvement, Chris Roebuck, Head of Profession for Statistics, NHS Digital
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Health Committee hears from experts, officials and representatives of child and adolescent mental health charities