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Despite psychology being a popular subject to study at degree level, staffing mental health services remains hugely challenging. With ambitions to grow the numbers of psychologists and psychotherapists by 2023/24, this report looks at the size and make up of the workforce of those with a background of psychology to better understand their career choices.
RSET investigates the effectiveness of innovations to improve outpatient services and looks at how outpatient activity has changed in England since 2008.
RSET evaluates the impact of improvement interventions in NHS trusts.
RSET and BRACE collaborated on a study of remote home monitoring methods, or 'virtual wards' for Covid-19 patients.
Phase 2 of RSET and BRACE's study of remote monitoring models for Covid-19 patients explores the second wave of the pandemic.
The RSET team will perform documentary analysis of Her Majesty’s inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP) reports to answer important questions about social care in prisons.
A rapid service evaluation to capture learning and impact of innovations prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
RSET investigates how the centralisation of specialist health care services in the UK can be characterised, how different approaches to centralisation might work better in different settings, and whether patients and health care professionals would prefer specialist health care services to be centralised.
An evaluation of the implementation, effectiveness and cost effectiveness of a youth violence intervention programme for vulnerable young people attending Emergency Departments in London.
As the needs and demands of social care and social work increase, there is a growing number of innovative models and approaches trying to tackle the challenge. The aim of this project is to identify and shortlist innovations in adult social care and social work in the UK for evaluation.