Author Topic: Survey/interviews for those who work with young people who self-harm ()  (Read 1497 times)

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Offline DrCBabbage

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We would like to understand what professionals who come into contact with young people who may have experience of self-harm, think about the potential of the CaTS-App, a digital tool to improve shared understanding, assessment and support around self-harm within their work setting. The tool is designed to be used collaboratively with a young person and will support communication and shared understanding of support needs. To ensure that we develop a tool that achieves this aim, we are involving key stakeholders in this development work, including young people, parents, and staff from across education, health, social care and charity and voluntary sectors who come into contact with young people who self-harm.

You can find out more about our research: https://digitalyouth.ac.uk/research/research-projects/cats-app-a-new-digital-tool-to-understand-and-support-young-people-who-self-harm/

How to get involved?
You can share your views by:
Completing a short anonymous survey. It will take up to 15 minutes to complete with the chance to be entered into a prize draw.
and / or signing up to take part in a small focus group with other professionals, or a 1-2-1 interview.
You will receive reimbursement for your time and we'd love to invite all those who got involved to our launch event further down the line.

 :icon_arrow:  Please click here to take the survey: https://nottingham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/practitioner-cats-survey and/or to sign up for focus groups/interviews.

We would love to hear from colleagues who have experience of supporting young people (aged 11-19) who self-harm across different sectors including:
  • health and social care, youth work (e.g. CAMHS, GPs, clinicians, A&E staff, social workers)
  • educational (e.g. teachers, MHSTs, EMHPs, school nurses, SENCOs)
  • third sector professionals (e.g. volunteers and staff)
    and others with an interest in this area
If you do not think this is the right opportunity for you, but that colleagues may be interested, do please forward this information. Please do get in touch with [email protected] and [email protected] with any further questions.