Christopher Michael

Getting Serious About Violence – Community Practitioner

Violence against young people can lead to serious injury and lost lives, but also impacts on the wellbeing of individuals and the wider community. We know that young people affected by serious youth violence attend a variety of healthcare settings, including A&E departments, with lesser injuries before sustaining a life-threatening injury, thus creating the opportunity for prevention.

Mental Health Trauma

To develop and pilot a comprehensive integrated model of care for major trauma patients, that ensures equity of high quality physical and psychological trauma care in London’s MTCs that can be stepped up when a major incident occurs.

Introducing Peer Power

Peer Power is a collective of young people and adults of lived and learned experience, working together to find power and positivity in their stories. Together they are creating change across the health, justice, and social care sectors.

Michael Carver on Violence Reduction

Violence in one form or another is rarely out of newspaper headlines or our social media feeds. We have all become used to seeing a school photo staring back at us – ‘Cut short’ reads the headline, or ‘Stabbed on his way to school.’ That smiling photo of a boy in his uniform becomes a moment frozen in time that friends or family will never be able to recover from.

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