Dr Sandeep Ranote

CAMHS Lead
@ NHS England Strategic Clinical Networks

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  • Bio

Dr Sandeep Ranote is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist leading young people's eating disorder services and Director of clinical networks at North West Boroughs NHS Foundation Trust. She developed the award winning medical skin camouflage service for promoting recovery in self-harm in partnership with Changing faces charity and is now collaborating with The  University of Manchester on a Research for Patient Benefit Grant to study this intervention further. Her published research includes perinatal neuroimaging and eating disorders. She has been clinical advisor to The National Children's museum 'Eureka' and currently sits on the Royal College of Psychiatrists' Eating Disorder and Child and adolescent Faculty executive committees. She is a professional media expert for the charity BEAT, Royal College of Psychiatrists and regular contributor to a range of newspapers and magazines. She mentors and coaches doctors and supports the diversity in leadership agenda nationally. She was appointed Strategic Clinical Network lead for GM CAMHS (NHS England, 2014) and part of the ministerial task-force (Future in Mind, 2015). Sandeep was a clinical expert for the national eating disorder commissioning guidance (NHSE 2015), QNCC standards for eating disorders (NHSE 2015) the national eating disorder workforce curriculum (NHSE 2016) and the Eating Disorder in-patient guidance (NHSE 2016). She is the lead for I-thrive North in partnership with Thrive (Anna Freud and Tavistock Portman) to develop their first training academy outside of London. She is a contributing author to the forthcoming Royal College of Psychiatrists' book 'The Female Mind' and was awarded a fellowship to The Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2014.

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  • My Previous Events

  • Children and Young People’s Mental Health: Promoting Integration and Early Intervention

    • 08-12-2016
    • 08:30 - 16:30
    • Manchester Conference Centre
  • Children and Young People's Mental Health: Improving Care, Treatment and Support

    • 12-12-2017
    • 08:30 - 16:30
    • The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester