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If you would like to work with us to support young people’s health and ensure all young people achieve the best possible health outcomes, get in touch.

Examples of our work include:

We work a wide range of organisations including local authorities, universities, government departments, local and national and public health bodies and the voluntary sector. At national level we work with the Department of Health & Social Care, NHS England and other government and health bodies.

We have strong relationships with many of the Royal Colleges including the Royal College of General Practitioners, the Royal College of Paediatrics  and Child Health and the Royal College of Physicians.

We work with many academic institutions including Imperial College London, University College London, the Institute of Child Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of Sheffield, University of Exeter, University of Bristol and the University of Bedfordshire.  We also work jointly on specific projects with think tanks such as the Nuffield Trust, and we are connected to a number of academic networks relevant to our work.

We have close partnerships with the voluntary sector including organisations such as Youth Access, StreetGames, the British Youth Council, Redthread, The Well Centre, Research in Practice, National Children’s Bureau, the Anna Freud Centre and Brook.

Our funders include a number of charitable trusts and foundations including the Health Foundation, the Samworth Foundation and the Nuffield Foundation, as well as academic funders such as NIHR.

Through our projects we have links with many other youth health organisations and health service providers around the country.

AYPH is represented on a range of committees and advisory groups, including the NHS England Children and Young People’s stakeholder forum and the World Health Organisation’s  GAMA (Global Action for Measurement of Adolescent health) Advisory Group.

 

 

 

 

 

11.8 million young people in the UK between 10-24
Around two thirds of year 10 pupils had visited the doctors in the last six months

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