Health In Depth
With pornography becoming increasingly available online, professionals must recognise its impact on children who view it.
Hundreds of thousands of children and young people care for a family member, but their needs often get ignored. Joe Lepper investigates the barriers young carers face in getting the vital support they require.
Family doctors need improved training and a new approach to how they relate to the young patients that come to them if primary care services are to better meet the needs of children and young people
Feelings of anxiety can trigger worrying symptoms, but services are available to help children and young people overcome them
Good Practice Case Studies
Online recovery-focused peer-to-peer support for young people with an eating disorder aged 16 to 26 living in London and who are making a transition in their lives
Scheme to improve provision of mental health services for young people shows high levels of satisfaction among participants
Young parents are getting back into education by teaching other teenagers what effect bringing up a baby can have on their lifestyle
Young people take to the stage to help teenagers confront unhealthy attitudes to body image
A programme to halt a damaging decline in parental relationships has been a success in the US and is now being launched in the UK
Latest Health News
In 2012, I launched my first campaign to smash the stereotypes and improve attitudes towards children and young people.
Services in the UK have plenty to learn from poorer countries, argues Chris Hanvey
There is so much dialogue between parties who either deliberately don’t listen to each other or are genuinely hard of hearing. My job takes me across all policy areas and I witness it everywhere.