Tag Archives: Bridging the Gap Campaign

Parity of Challenge for NHS Mental Health Services? (BBC News / RCN)

Summary Staff cuts and bed shortages, in the face of increasing demand, pose questions about the credibility of the NHS “parity of esteem” policy for mental health services. Full Text Link Reference Nurses warn of mental health services strain. London: … Continue reading

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Parity of Esteem: Guidance on Mental Health Commissioning (NHS England)

Summary This NHS England document offers planning guidance to assist commissioners in their planning with regard to how local communities and CCGs can achieve greater “parity of esteem” between physical and mental health. This document supplies evidence, case studies and … Continue reading

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Whistleblowing Helpline (Bridging the Gap Campaign)

Summary Although 89% of staff in the NHS believe they know about whistleblowing, only 73% of staff would feel safe when speaking-up. Hundreds of thousands of voices may effectively be held silent. “Not only is this an indicator of poor morale and a less … Continue reading

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