Reforming the Mental Health Act: what the Joint Parliamentary Committee report says and what might come next
Recommendations made to modernise the Mental Health Act can improve services – if they are backed by adequate resources and a clear plan of action to implement changes without delay
A modernised Mental Health Act is essential to improve services, but only if accompanied by sufficient investment and further reforms to both the law and the system
Digital mental health support offers new opportunities, but needs resource and investment to be offered safely and equitably, says Centre for Mental Health
Our summary of the research on remote mental health care
The emergence of experiential practice and leadership in mental health services
Proactive, holistic and equitable: A vision for mental health, autism and learning disability services in 2032
Amy Pollard asks, what should services in England look like in ten years’ time?
A vision for mental health, learning disabilities and autism services in 2032
In the wake of recent media investigations into abuse, cruelty and neglect within mental health inpatient services, Andy considers what the response needs to be across the system
The development of integrated mental health services involves staff from both the NHS and VCS working together as part of the same team. Here’s our best practice guide to making partnerships work, for a more relevant, holistic and effective service.
Mental health services in the UK in 2022: what the latest adult mental health care Benchmarking Network data can tell us
The NHS Benchmarking Network data provides a snapshot of mental health services, and exposes cracks and inequalities in the system