CYPIC National Conference 2023

Tuesday 28 November
Lomond Auditorium, SEC Glasgow

Delegates had the chance to be at the forefront of action to address Scotland’s key priorities to improve outcomes for babies, children and young people. By connecting around the most important themes impacting on children’s outcomes, we learnt together and explored how we can apply a joined up systematic approach to improvement to have a greater impact for families.

Delegate arrival & networking
Focus, Connection and Method - improving outcomes for babies, children and young people
Diana Beveridge, Head of CYPIC in Scottish Government, and Jan Adair, CYPIC Improvement Advisor share how applying focus, connection and method can support improvement going from Small to All for children in Scotland. Includes key learning and reflections from Clare Bryden, Education Support Officer and Laura Johnstone, Teacher (Argyll and Bute).
Doing the Right Things Right – method in complexity
Hear from our first keynote speaker Ruth Glassborow, Director of Place & Wellbeing, Public Health Scotland (former Director of Improvement at Health Improvement Scotland), as she discusses the importance of method in improving complex systems.
Transition to workshop rooms
Thematic Workshops (part 1)
Time to focus, connect and explore our method. A chance to take a deep dive into one of our interconnected priority areas providing the opportunity to learn together, hear from experts and each other, share what works and identify opportunities to help inform our national approach
Lunch Break
Optional Lunchtime Session: Mindfulness for Stress Reduction (30 minutes)
Interactive session providing an introduction to practices that can help relieve feelings of stress, anxiety and overwhelm, build psychological resilience, and help become more at ease with uncomfortable feelings.
Thematic Workshops (part 2)
Transition to auditorium
Panel Discussion with Q&A
An opportunity for delegates to hear from a range of system leaders and ask them questions.
Keynote - Focus on Prevention
Hear from our second keynote speaker Karyn McCluskey, Chief Executive of Community Justice Scotland, “If we change the beginning of the story we change the whole story.”
Chair’s closing remarks
Diana Beveridge
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