We look at services meeting the needs of people who previously got little or no effective help for their mental or physical health from the NHS
Clinical psychology in GP surgeries improves care and should be more widely available, says new report
Our report explores the benefits of providing clinical psychologists in GP surgeries and communities
Our new research with Samaritans explores the crucial role of primary care services in helping people at risk of suicide
Primary care has a crucial role to play in preventing suicide. We’re calling for better support to help these services save lives.
Lucy Marks highlights the importance of treating primary mental health care as a team sport
Dr Paul Turner highlights a fundamental need to challenge prevailing assumptions in mental health care
British Psychological Society funds research into the effectiveness of clinical psychologists working in primary care
More than a quarter of people who visit their GP in the UK every day have problems which are primarily psychological rather than physical, but they do not always receive access to the care that they need.
Primary mental health care must be at heart of long-term NHS plan, says new report from Centre for Mental Health & University of Birmingham
Primary care services provide the vast majority of NHS mental health support yet their role has been ignored in successive national policies and strategies, says a report published today by Centre for Mental Health and the University of Birmingham. The report, Filling the chasm: Reimagining primary mental health care, explores the role of primary care
We explored local initiatives which are bridging the gap between primary care and secondary care services
We’re working with partners to identify what is working well in primary care