NICE impact: mental health
PHE ePoster Library. Beveridge J. Sep 12, 2019; 274347; 154
Jennifer Beveridge
Jennifer Beveridge
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Abstract Background and introductionNICE impact reports review how NICE recommendations are being implemented in priority areas of the health and care system. Around 1 in 4 adults experiences a mental health condition in any given year, and mental health conditions are the largest single cause of disability in the UK.ObjectivesHighlighting progress made by the health and care system in implementing NICE guidance on mental health and identifying areas where there remains room for improvement.MethodData were collected to review the uptake of NICE recommendations and combined with examples of partnership working, patient quotes and outcomes data to give a wider view of impact. Data were presented with a focus on:• psychological therapies for common mental health disorders,• interventions for people with severe mental illness (SMI),• people's experience of care.
Results
The report highlighted key points, including:• The number of people receiving treatment through the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme has more than doubled but recovery rates are poorer for people from black, Asian or other minority groups.• More people with SMI are receiving physical health checks and interventions. • Psychological therapies for people with SMI are not widely delivered.• People receiving care from community mental health services do not always feel as involved as they would like to be in decisions about their own care.
Conclusion
Mental health conditions are among the most prevalent causes of ill health and health inequalities. A system-wide approach to increasing the uptake of NICE guidance is central to tackling this. External funding details
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