Table 1

Key features of the CYPHP intervention and evaluation

Targeted recruitment sample without loss to follow-up1496
Route to change
  • A theoretically informed intervention (theoretical domains framework).

  • Evidence-based (based on systematic review on integrated care models for child health16).

  • Integrates care in line with patient, provider and policy perspectives—providing efficient, preventive access to care, closer to home.

Main strengths
  • Opportunistic randomised controlled trial.

  • Rich data with both patient-reported and routine service use data.

  • Embedded process evaluation to assess CYPHP implementation success.

Stakeholder involvementCYPHP was developed with children and young people, carers, front-line practitioners and health service commissioners.
  • CYPHP, Children and Young People’s Health Partnership.