Implementation Framework for No Health Without Mental Health (NHS Confederation)

[A brief reference to this item appears in: Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 3, October 2012].


The Government published the “No Health Without Mental Health” in February 2011; this is a cross-government, all-age strategy for mental health in England.

This NHS Confederation “No health without mental health: implementation framework” briefing paper (Issue No.247) provides an overview of the implementation framework, focusing on issues of relevance to providers of NHS mental health services. 

The implementation framework has been developed by:

  1. Department of Health.
  2. The Mental Health Network.
  3. Mind.
  4. Rethink Mental Illness.
  5. Turning Point.
  6. Centre for Mental Health.

Full Text Link


NHS Confederation (2012). No health without mental health: implementation framework briefing. London: NHS Confederation, July 2012. (Issue No.247).

See also: No Health Without Mental Health: Implementation Framework (Department of Health).

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