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MY RIGHT TO THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF HEALTH

MY RIGHT TO THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF HEALTH Friday 4th March 2011 0900-1700 National Museum of Wales, Cardiff The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is hosting a flagship policy conference which will be held at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, to highlight issues in children’s health in Wales and the UK. We are delighted that the Welsh Assembly Deputy Minister for Social Services, Gwenda Thomas A.M. will be opening the conference. We have secured the unprecedented opportunity of all four UK Children’s Commissioners to speak to our delegates. ‘My Right to the Highest Standard of Health’ is designed to capture knowledge, innovation, and expertise on children & young people’s health. It will be an innovative opportunity for health professionals to engage with policy makers, young people and other key stakeholders. A full day of insightful and challenging presentations will culminate in a Question and Answer forum chaired by Helen Mary Jones A.M., Chair of the Children & Young People’s Committee in the National Assembly. Registration: Non Members: £115 RCPCH Members, £70 Trainee Rate: £60 Early Bird (before December 23rd) Non Members: £100, RCPCH Members £60 Paediatricians attending this event may claim up to 6 CPD credits, in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD guidelines

For more information & booking details: Visit: www.rcpch.ac.uk/myrighttohealth Email: myrighttohealth@rcpch.ac.uk

State Parties recognise the right of the child to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health and to facilities for the treatment of illness and rehabilitation of health. State Parties shall strive to ensure that no child is deprived of his or her right of access to such health care services. (UNCRC, article 24)

Session 1 Transforming Children’s Health Welcome Dr Iolo Doull Officer for Wales; Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Opening Address Gwenda Thomas A.M. Deputy Minister for Social Services; Welsh Assembly Transforming Children’s Health – Our Vision Professor Terence Stephenson TBC President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Looking after our Children’s Health Gwenda Thomas A.M. Deputy Minister for Social Services; Welsh Assembly Advocating for Children’s Health Dr Huw Jenkins Chair, Expert Advisory Group. Welsh Assembly Government

“My Health Matters!” Bharti Mepani Manager, Children & Young People’s Participation & Advocacy, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Youth Advisory Panel, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Session 2 The State of our Children’s Health Overview of Children’s Health Issues & Rights in the UK Keith Towler Children’s Commissioner for Wales Childhood Obesity Dr Jerry Wales Senior Lecturer; Sheffield University Best Practice Presenter TBC

Session 3 Being Safe – protecting our young people Violence against Children & Young People Patricia Lewsley Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People Making a Difference – Innovative Children’s Centre Jan Pickles O.B.E. Dr Alison Mott “My Right to be Protected” Children & Young people break the silence

Session 4 Being Heard – the right to a full life Overview of Issues Facing Vulnerable Children & Young People Tam Baillie Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People CAMHS Services – policy in practice Clare Lamb “Is Anybody Listening?” Youth Advisory Panel, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Session 5 Being Seen – ‘hidden’ issues Health Services for Young People in the Justice System Maggie Atkinson Children’s Commissioner for England Crossing Borders – Child Trafficking Karen Sizeland Training Manager, ECPAT UK End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking Children Seeking Asylum Elspeth Webb Consultant Community Paediatrician “My Right to Refuge” Young representatives, BAOBAB Centre for Young Survivors of Exile

Q&A Session “My Right to the Highest Standard of Health” Chaired by Helen Mary Jones A.M. Final Thoughts Helen Mary Jones A.M. Youth Advisory Panel, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Conclusion & Thanks Dr Iolo Doull Officer for Wales, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Close & light refreshments

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) is a registered charity in England and Wales (1057744) and in Scotland (SC038299) 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH Tel: 020 7092 6000 Fax: 020 7092 6001


MY RIGHT TO THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF HEALTH

MY RIGHT TO THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF HEALTH Friday 4th March 2011 0900-1700 National Museum of Wales, Cardiff The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is hosting a flagship policy conference which will be held at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, to highlight issues in children’s health in Wales and the UK. We are delighted that the Welsh Assembly Deputy Minister for Social Services, Gwenda Thomas A.M. will be opening the conference. We have secured the unprecedented opportunity of all four UK Children’s Commissioners to speak to our delegates. ‘My Right to the Highest Standard of Health’ is designed to capture knowledge, innovation, and expertise on children & young people’s health. It will be an innovative opportunity for health professionals to engage with policy makers, young people and other key stakeholders. A full day of insightful and challenging presentations will culminate in a Question and Answer forum chaired by Helen Mary Jones A.M., Chair of the Children & Young People’s Committee in the National Assembly. Registration: Non Members: £115 RCPCH Members, £70 Trainee Rate: £60 Early Bird (before December 23rd) Non Members: £100, RCPCH Members £60 Paediatricians attending this event may claim up to 6 CPD credits, in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD guidelines

For more information & booking details: Visit: www.rcpch.ac.uk/myrighttohealth Email: myrighttohealth@rcpch.ac.uk

State Parties recognise the right of the child to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health and to facilities for the treatment of illness and rehabilitation of health. State Parties shall strive to ensure that no child is deprived of his or her right of access to such health care services. (UNCRC, article 24)

Session 1 Transforming Children’s Health Welcome Dr Iolo Doull Officer for Wales; Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Opening Address Gwenda Thomas A.M. Deputy Minister for Social Services; Welsh Assembly Transforming Children’s Health – Our Vision Professor Terence Stephenson TBC President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Looking after our Children’s Health Gwenda Thomas A.M. Deputy Minister for Social Services; Welsh Assembly Advocating for Children’s Health Dr Huw Jenkins Chair, Expert Advisory Group. Welsh Assembly Government

“My Health Matters!” Bharti Mepani Manager, Children & Young People’s Participation & Advocacy, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Youth Advisory Panel, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Session 2 The State of our Children’s Health Overview of Children’s Health Issues & Rights in the UK Keith Towler Children’s Commissioner for Wales Childhood Obesity Dr Jerry Wales Senior Lecturer; Sheffield University Best Practice Presenter TBC

Session 3 Being Safe – protecting our young people Violence against Children & Young People Patricia Lewsley Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People Making a Difference – Innovative Children’s Centre Jan Pickles O.B.E. Dr Alison Mott “My Right to be Protected” Children & Young people break the silence

Session 4 Being Heard – the right to a full life Overview of Issues Facing Vulnerable Children & Young People Tam Baillie Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People CAMHS Services – policy in practice Clare Lamb “Is Anybody Listening?” Youth Advisory Panel, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Session 5 Being Seen – ‘hidden’ issues Health Services for Young People in the Justice System Maggie Atkinson Children’s Commissioner for England Crossing Borders – Child Trafficking Karen Sizeland Training Manager, ECPAT UK End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking Children Seeking Asylum Elspeth Webb Consultant Community Paediatrician “My Right to Refuge” Young representatives, BAOBAB Centre for Young Survivors of Exile

Q&A Session “My Right to the Highest Standard of Health” Chaired by Helen Mary Jones A.M. Final Thoughts Helen Mary Jones A.M. Youth Advisory Panel, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Conclusion & Thanks Dr Iolo Doull Officer for Wales, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Close & light refreshments

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) is a registered charity in England and Wales (1057744) and in Scotland (SC038299) 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH Tel: 020 7092 6000 Fax: 020 7092 6001


FY HAWL I IECHYD O’R SAFON UCHAF

FY HAWL I IECHYD O’R SAFON UCHAF Dydd Gwener 4ydd Mawrth 2011 0900-1700 Amgueddfa Cymru, Caerdydd Bydd Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant yn cynnal cynhadledd bolisi o bwys yn Amgueddfa Cymru yng Nghaerdydd i dynnu sylw at broblemau ynghylch iechyd plant yng Nghymru a’r Deyrnas Unedig. Rydym wrth ein bodd bod Dirprwy Weinidog y Cynulliad dros Wasanaethau Cymdeithasol, Gwenda Thomas A.C., yn mynd i agor y gynhadledd. Rydym wedi sicrhau cyfle na chafwyd mohono gan neb o’r blaen i gael pob un o bedwar Comisiynydd Plant y Deyrnas Unedig i annerch ein cynadleddwyr. Bwriad cynhadledd ‘Fy Hawl i Iechyd o’r Safon Uchaf’ yw dwyn ynghyd wybodaeth, datblygiadau arloesol ac arbenigedd ym maes iechyd plant a phobl ifanc. Bydd yn gyfle arloesol i weithwyr proffesiynol o fyd iechyd drafod gyda llunwyr polisïau, pobl ifanc a rhanddeiliaid allweddol eraill. Penllanw diwrnod llawn dirnadaeth a her fydd fforwm Holi ac Ateb a gadeirir gan Helen Mary Jones A.C., Cadeirydd Pwyllgor Plant a Phobl Ifanc y Cynulliad. Cofrestru: Rhai sydd heb fod yn Aelodau: £115 Aelodau’r RCPCH: £70 Y Gyfradd i Hyfforddeion: £60 Cofrestru’n Gynnar (cyn Rhagfyr 23ain): Rhai sydd heb fod yn Aelodau: £100, Aelodau’r RCPCH £60 Gall paediatregwyr sy’n dod i’r digwyddiad hwn hawlio hyd at 6 chredyd CPD yn unol â chanllawiau cyfredol yr RCPCH ynghylch CPD.

I gael gwybodaeth a manylion archebu: Ewch i: www.rcpch.ac.uk/myrighttohealth E-bostiwch: myrighttohealth@rcpch.ac.uk

Mae’r Gwladwriaethau sy’n Bartïon yn cydnabod hawl y plentyn i gael y safon uchaf bosibl o iechyd a chyfleusterau i drin afiechyd ac adfer iechyd. Rhaid i’r Gwladwriaethau sy’n Bartïon ymdrechu i sicrhau na chaiff yr un plentyn ei (h)amddifadu o’i hawl i gael mynediad i wasanaethau gofal iechyd o’r fath. (UNCRC, erthygl 24)

Sesiwn 1 Trawsffurfio Iechyd Plant Croeso Dr Iolo Doull Swyddog Cymru Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Anerchiad Agoriadol Gwenda Thomas A.C. Dirprwy Weinidog dros Wasanaethau Cymdeithasol, Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru Transforming Children’s Health – Our Vision Yr Athro Terence Stephenson (i’w gadarnhau) Llywydd Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Looking after our Children’s Health Gwenda Thomas A.C. Dirprwy Weinidog dros Wasanaethau Cymdeithasol, Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru Advocating for Children’s Health Dr Huw Jenkins Cadeirydd Grwp Ymgynghorol Arbenigol Llywodraeth y Cynulliad

“My Health Matters!” Bharti Mepani Rheolwraig Adran Cyfranogiad ac Eiriolaeth Plant a Phobl Ifanc Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant. Panel Ymgynghorol Ieuenctid Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant

Sesiwn 2 Cyflwr Iechyd Ein Plant

Sesiwn 3 Bod yn Ddiogel – diogelu’n plant ifanc

Sesiwn 5 Cael eu Gweld – problemau’ cudd’

Violence against Children & Young People Patricia Lewsley Comisiynydd Plant a Phobl Ifanc Gogledd Iwerddon

Health Services for Young People in the Justice System Maggie Atkinson Comisiynydd Plant Lloegr

Making a Difference – Innovative Children’s Centre Jan Pickles O.B.E. Dr Alison Mott “My Right to be Protected” Children & Young people break the silence

Sesiwn 4 Cael eu Clywed – yr hawl i fywyd llawn

Overview of Children’s Health Issues & Rights in the UK Keith Towler Comisiynydd Plant Cymru

Overview of issues Facing Vulnerable Children & Young People Tam Baillie Comisiynydd Plant a Phobl Ifanc yr Alban

Childhood Obesity Dr Jerry Wales Uwch-Ddarlithydd, Prifysgol Sheffield

CAMHS Services – policy in practice Clare Lamb

Best Practice Y cyflwynydd i’w gadarnhau

“Is Anybody Listening?” Panel Ymgynghorol Ieuenctid Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant

Crossing Borders – Child Trafficking Karen Sizeland Training Manager, ECPAT UK End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking Children Seeking Asylum Elspeth Webb Paediatregydd Cymunedol Ymgynghorol “My Right to Refuge” Cynrychiolwyr ifanc o Ganolfan BAOBAB i Oroeswyr Ifanc Alltudiaeth

Sesiwn Holi ac Ateb “Fy Hawl i Iechyd o’r Safon Uchaf” Cadeirir gan Helen Mary Jones A.C. Sylwadau wrth derfynu Helen Mary Jones A.C. Panel Ymgynghorol Ieuenctid Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Cloi a Diolch Dr Iolo Doull Swyddog Cymru Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Cau a lluniaeth ysgafn

Mae Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant (yr RCPCH) yn elusen gofrestredig yng Nghymru a Lloegr (1057744) ac yn yr Alban (SC038299) 5-11 Theobalds Road, Llundain/London, WC1X 8SH Ffôn: 020 7092 6000 Ffacs: 020 7092 6001


FY HAWL I IECHYD O’R SAFON UCHAF

FY HAWL I IECHYD O’R SAFON UCHAF Dydd Gwener 4ydd Mawrth 2011 0900-1700 Amgueddfa Cymru, Caerdydd Bydd Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant yn cynnal cynhadledd bolisi o bwys yn Amgueddfa Cymru yng Nghaerdydd i dynnu sylw at broblemau ynghylch iechyd plant yng Nghymru a’r Deyrnas Unedig. Rydym wrth ein bodd bod Dirprwy Weinidog y Cynulliad dros Wasanaethau Cymdeithasol, Gwenda Thomas A.C., yn mynd i agor y gynhadledd. Rydym wedi sicrhau cyfle na chafwyd mohono gan neb o’r blaen i gael pob un o bedwar Comisiynydd Plant y Deyrnas Unedig i annerch ein cynadleddwyr. Bwriad cynhadledd ‘Fy Hawl i Iechyd o’r Safon Uchaf’ yw dwyn ynghyd wybodaeth, datblygiadau arloesol ac arbenigedd ym maes iechyd plant a phobl ifanc. Bydd yn gyfle arloesol i weithwyr proffesiynol o fyd iechyd drafod gyda llunwyr polisïau, pobl ifanc a rhanddeiliaid allweddol eraill. Penllanw diwrnod llawn dirnadaeth a her fydd fforwm Holi ac Ateb a gadeirir gan Helen Mary Jones A.C., Cadeirydd Pwyllgor Plant a Phobl Ifanc y Cynulliad. Cofrestru: Rhai sydd heb fod yn Aelodau: £115 Aelodau’r RCPCH: £70 Y Gyfradd i Hyfforddeion: £60 Cofrestru’n Gynnar (cyn Rhagfyr 23ain): Rhai sydd heb fod yn Aelodau: £100, Aelodau’r RCPCH £60 Gall paediatregwyr sy’n dod i’r digwyddiad hwn hawlio hyd at 6 chredyd CPD yn unol â chanllawiau cyfredol yr RCPCH ynghylch CPD.

I gael gwybodaeth a manylion archebu: Ewch i: www.rcpch.ac.uk/myrighttohealth E-bostiwch: myrighttohealth@rcpch.ac.uk

Mae’r Gwladwriaethau sy’n Bartïon yn cydnabod hawl y plentyn i gael y safon uchaf bosibl o iechyd a chyfleusterau i drin afiechyd ac adfer iechyd. Rhaid i’r Gwladwriaethau sy’n Bartïon ymdrechu i sicrhau na chaiff yr un plentyn ei (h)amddifadu o’i hawl i gael mynediad i wasanaethau gofal iechyd o’r fath. (UNCRC, erthygl 24)

Sesiwn 1 Trawsffurfio Iechyd Plant Croeso Dr Iolo Doull Swyddog Cymru Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Anerchiad Agoriadol Gwenda Thomas A.C. Dirprwy Weinidog dros Wasanaethau Cymdeithasol, Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru Transforming Children’s Health – Our Vision Yr Athro Terence Stephenson (i’w gadarnhau) Llywydd Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Looking after our Children’s Health Gwenda Thomas A.C. Dirprwy Weinidog dros Wasanaethau Cymdeithasol, Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru Advocating for Children’s Health Dr Huw Jenkins Cadeirydd Grwp Ymgynghorol Arbenigol Llywodraeth y Cynulliad

“My Health Matters!” Bharti Mepani Rheolwraig Adran Cyfranogiad ac Eiriolaeth Plant a Phobl Ifanc Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant. Panel Ymgynghorol Ieuenctid Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant

Sesiwn 2 Cyflwr Iechyd Ein Plant

Sesiwn 3 Bod yn Ddiogel – diogelu’n plant ifanc

Sesiwn 5 Cael eu Gweld – problemau’ cudd’

Violence against Children & Young People Patricia Lewsley Comisiynydd Plant a Phobl Ifanc Gogledd Iwerddon

Health Services for Young People in the Justice System Maggie Atkinson Comisiynydd Plant Lloegr

Making a Difference – Innovative Children’s Centre Jan Pickles O.B.E. Dr Alison Mott “My Right to be Protected” Children & Young people break the silence

Sesiwn 4 Cael eu Clywed – yr hawl i fywyd llawn

Overview of Children’s Health Issues & Rights in the UK Keith Towler Comisiynydd Plant Cymru

Overview of issues Facing Vulnerable Children & Young People Tam Baillie Comisiynydd Plant a Phobl Ifanc yr Alban

Childhood Obesity Dr Jerry Wales Uwch-Ddarlithydd, Prifysgol Sheffield

CAMHS Services – policy in practice Clare Lamb

Best Practice Y cyflwynydd i’w gadarnhau

“Is Anybody Listening?” Panel Ymgynghorol Ieuenctid Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant

Crossing Borders – Child Trafficking Karen Sizeland Training Manager, ECPAT UK End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking Children Seeking Asylum Elspeth Webb Paediatregydd Cymunedol Ymgynghorol “My Right to Refuge” Cynrychiolwyr ifanc o Ganolfan BAOBAB i Oroeswyr Ifanc Alltudiaeth

Sesiwn Holi ac Ateb “Fy Hawl i Iechyd o’r Safon Uchaf” Cadeirir gan Helen Mary Jones A.C. Sylwadau wrth derfynu Helen Mary Jones A.C. Panel Ymgynghorol Ieuenctid Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Cloi a Diolch Dr Iolo Doull Swyddog Cymru Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant Cau a lluniaeth ysgafn

Mae Coleg Brenhinol Paediatreg ac Iechyd Plant (yr RCPCH) yn elusen gofrestredig yng Nghymru a Lloegr (1057744) ac yn yr Alban (SC038299) 5-11 Theobalds Road, Llundain/London, WC1X 8SH Ffôn: 020 7092 6000 Ffacs: 020 7092 6001

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