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Perinatal Mental Health Regional Outcomes Measures workshop - 5th June 2019

26th April 2019

1pm – 4pm, Wednesday 5th June

St Helen’s Hotel WA10 1NG

The Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) are hosting 12 regional workshops around the country to launch the new manual, commissioned by NHS England, for implementing routine outcome measures (ROM) in perinatal mental health services.

The manual has been developed in consultation with staff, commissioners and service users, bringing together a wealth of experience and expertise to offer guidance and examples of best practice.

Who should attend?

These workshops will be of benefit to those people who are or will be using ROM as part of their everyday practice, staff handling ROM data and also service managers and commissioners using ROM data to inform service improvement.

The workshop will be a half-day session facilitated by CORC. There will be the opportunity to discuss the manual, find out more about specific measurement tools, consider implementation actions for your own setting, and share best practice with colleagues in the room.


Introduction and context setting

Service user voice - Feedback on what service users think about ROMs and their tips for using them

Choosing and using ROM - Introduction to measurement tools including the NHSE minimum expectations for every perinatal mental health service.

Coffee and Tea Break

Launch of the Manual - Going through key sections of the manual to familiarize attendees with the layout, where to access it on line. This will include a round table discussion and opportunity to ask questions and discuss key sections.

Implementation Self-Assessment - Going through the Seven Steps to implementation and using the self-assessment tool to identify areas of success and challenge, as well as actioning planning for improvement.

Book your place

To book your place, please email the following details to




Access requirements

Places are limited, so please book soon to secure your place.

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