Children & Young People - Mental Health Practitioners in GP Surgeries

The children and young people’s (CYP) Mental Health Practitioner roles aim to improve access to mental health support. CYP and their families can receive support more promptly within the familiar environment of their GP surgery, improving access and experience for children, young people and families – getting it right first time  
We value your input and creativity, and we need your help in finding the perfect name for our new service. Your suggestions are important to us, and to show our appreciation, we are offering a chance to win a £50 Amazon voucher for the best name chosen.

We hope that you can help us with this review by completing this survey. There are 6 questions, and it should take no more than 5 minutes to complete.
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1. Which of these are important to you?

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Getting advice, information and consultation as quickly as possible
Reducing barriers to accessing services such as stigma or fear of being judged
Receiving support locally to where you live
Having the right expertise within the local GP surgery

2. How long do you think you would need your appointment to be?


3. Would you prefer to be seen in


4. What time of day and what day do you prefer to be seen?


5. Would you prefer a face to face or online consultation?


6. Please tell us anything else that would help us in providing the best service to meet your needs


7. What name would you suggest for our new service? (£50 Amazon voucher to be won for best name chosen)


8. To enter the prize draw for the £50 Amazon voucher, please provide us with your email address. This will enable us to contact you if you are selected as the lucky winner.

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