This toolkit provides practical advice and support for Primary Care Teams to assist them in helping patients make informed, mental health promoting choices and maximise their opportunities to greater well being. It was developed from the Tyne and Wear Health… Read more »
This meta-analytic review was conducted to determine the extent to which social relationships influence risk for mortality, which aspects of social relationships are most highly predictive, and which factors may moderate the risk.
This research examines whether and how oxytocin influences responses to stress in humans and will consider effects in relation to those of social support.
A meta-analysis of the efficacy of self-administered treatments (SATs) for clinical levels of depression and anxiety with minimal therapeutic contact.
A supporting document to No health without mental health: a cross-Government mental health outcomes strategy for people of all ages. This plan outlines how the Government’s commitment to expanding access to psychological therapies will be delivered in the four years… Read more »
This guide provides advice on commissioning services for people with common mental health disorders. It highlights any recommendations supporting cases for disinvestment or decommissioning by identifying treatments and interventions that do not add value, enabling commissioners to release resources or… Read more »
This report covers aspects of spirituality and mental health written by experts in the field. It promotes an understanding of people’s belief systems rather than a mechanistic approach to mental health services and proves the increasing importance of spirituality in… Read more »
This Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) workforce guidance emphasises the functions/competences and levels of work of staff in IAPT services rather than prescribing the exact workforce numbers and types of staff as different skill mixes can result in different… Read more »
This research assessed the impact of implementing stepped care empirically supported psychological therapies by measuring the prospective outcomes of patients referred over a two year period to one Improving Access to Psychological Therapies service in the UK.
This research aims to review the evidence base for promoting positive mental health in workplaces. It will pilot and evaluating the findings with employer partners.