Geoff Shepherd, Jed Boardman, Miles Rinaldi & Glenn Roberts
11 March 2014
The development of mental health services which will support the recovery of those using them, their families, friends and carers is now a central theme in national and international policy. In order to support these developments we need clear, empirically informed statements of what constitutes high-quality services and how these will lead to key recovery outcomes. This paper aims to provide just that.
Audience: Mental health services, practitioners, commissioners.