Service User Experience in Adult Mental Health (NICE Evidence / PHE)

Summary

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published an evidence update about user experience in adult mental health. This update summarises the latest evidence of relevance to NICE Clinical Guideline CG136Service user experience in adult mental health: improving the experience of care for people using adult NHS mental health services” (released in 2011) and the associated “Service user experience in adult mental health services” care pathway.

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Reference

Service user experience in adult mental health: Evidence Update May 2014. Manchester: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), May 2014. Evidence Update No. 61.

Blogging Project: Capturing the Experiences of People With Mental Health Problems (PHE)

The “Day in the Life” project allows people with mental health difficulties to inform future policies and projects. This project has the added benefit of raising awareness of mental health issues in the public.

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Reference

Blogging project to capture everyday experiences of people living with mental health difficulties. London: Public Health England, October 31st 2014.

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