Tag Archives: Barriers to Engagement

Mental Health Research: Official Framework (Department of Health)

Summary The Department of Health has published a framework covering intended mental health research in the UK over the next decade. This is another response to recommendations in the independent Mental Health Taskforce’s Five Year Forward View for Mental Health … Continue reading

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Quality Checkers: Efforts to Reduce Learning Disabilities-Related Barriers to Accessing NHS Services (NHS England)

Summary The NHS Quality Checkers Programme will involve people with learning disabilities helping to inspect their local NHS services and offer advice on how these can be re-designed to better meet their needs (and the needs of other patients). Tools … Continue reading

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Innovation in the NHS: Accelerated Access Review Interim Report (NHS England / Department of Health / AAR)

Summary The Accelerated Access Review: Interim Report (AAR) explores innovation within the NHS in terms of accelerated access of drugs, devices, diagnostics and digital health products. There are said to be five emerging themes: Proposition One: Putting the patient centre … Continue reading

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