The Gateway Programme Team focusses on supporting colleagues across each Local Authority place in Cheshire and Merseyside to develop their Gateway Meeting to be consistent with the new care model, whilst reflecting local roles and structures in the place.

Learn more about the new care model here.

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Elizabeth Collins, Gateway Programme Manager, has over 20 years’ experience working for the NHS, in academic organisations focussed on health and social care, in addition to third sector organisations concerned with health.  Her roles have concerned collaborative improvement across a range of settings including cancer, palliative care, surgery, medicine, public health, research, mental health, and alcohol dependence.

Elizabeth said “Having started my NHS career at CWP, I am delighted to have an opportunity to contribute to the delivery of this new care model concerning Tier 4 CAMHS.  It is a privilege to play a small part in a model co-produced by children, young people and their families, in addition to professional partners from Cheshire and Merseyside.”

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Hannah Stace, Gateway Programme Support, is a recent graduate, who studied Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University during the pandemic.  Hannah will be providing project support for the Gateway Programme, including for Community of Practice events.