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Investing in recovery

Spending on services for people with psychosis is currently skewed towards the more expensive parts of the system. This report provides the most up-to-date economic evidence to support the business case for investment in effective, recovery-focused services.



Managing patients with complex needs

This report reviews an innovative service that helps GPs in Hackney support people who fall through the gaps in existing service provision. It finds that it improves health at the same time as reducing costs in both primary and secondary care services. Short on time? Read the summary.

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On-site training from 1 to 3 hours delivering good mental health at work.

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Working it out - for people with severe mental illness

25 June 2014, London

Our conference aims to provide tools, guidance and expertise in supporting people with mental illness into work.

Speakers from UK Centres of Excellence and service users will address:

  • Can people with severe mental illness really work?
  • What should healthcare’s role be in supporting people into employment?
  • What are the evidence-based methods of support?
  • What is the business case for providing employment support?

For more information and to book a place, download the flyer or visit the Centrevents website.

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