Public Health England report on ‘work as a health outcome’ programme seeks to promote healthcare professionals’ understanding of the health benefits of good work and encourage them to have supportive conversations about work and health with their patients. The programme has
Report from Sands, the Miscarriage Association, the Ectopic Pregnancy Trust, ARC and Babyloss.com calling on Governments across the UK to take action to ensure that all parents who experience pregnancy and baby loss and need specialist psychological support can access it, at a time and
The Community Mental Health Framework describes how the Long Term Plan’s vision for a place-based community mental health model can be realised, and how community services should modernise to offer whole-person, whole-population health approaches, aligned with the new Primary Care
This is the fourth Liaison Psychiatry survey of England. It concerns the Liaison Psychiatry services in acute hospitals with Emergency Departments in England.
This report from the thinktank Reform examines the current landscape of data-driven technologies and their applications in mental health care, highlighting areas where these tools offer the most potential for the NHS and its patients. It discusses what makes mental
There are about 1,000 children and young people held in secure settings at any one time. They are some of the most vulnerable, often suffering poor physical and mental health. These standards – first published in 2013, and refreshed in
Date of report: 17 April 2019 Deceased name: Megan Jones Coroners name: Caroline Sumeray Coroners Area: Isle of Wight Category: Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths This report is being sent to: Hampshire and Isle of Wight
In December 2017, the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) published Ignoring the alarms: how NHS eating disorder services are failing patients. That report included five recommendations relating to: the training of doctors and other medical professionals; the quality and availability of
This research shows that NHS children and young people’s mental health commissioners are overlooking the needs of the youngest children. Forty-two per cent of areas in England do not accept referrals for children aged two and under even though commissioners
This document provides a framework for effectively planning and delivering personalised care in line with the health commitments of the Armed Forces Covenant.
Case study to assist with understanding integrated care systems are supporting people’s mental health.