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Towards an early warning indicator for mental health

Blog post 10/10/2016Dr Geraldine Strathdee

Is there a '4-hour A&E' equivalent indicator for mental health?

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Mental health in England: what we know from the data

Blog post 10/10/2016Nora Cooke O'Dowd

An overview of mental health quality data, for World Mental Health Day.

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Indicator update summary: social care and community care

News and opinion 30/05/2016Nora Cooke O'Dowd

A round-up of our latest indicator updates.

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Focus on: People with mental ill health and hospital use

Report 14/10/2015Holly Smith (Dorning) | Dr Alisha Davies | Ian Blunt

Research about how the quality of physical health care affects people with mental ill health.

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Parity in physical health care: the search for solutions

Blog post 14/10/2015Felicity Dormon

Inspiring work with West London’s mental health patients illustrates the potential for high quality physical health care for everyone with a mental health problem.

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‘Physical’ health or ‘mental’ health? Should we need to choose?

Blog post 14/10/2015Holly Smith (Dorning)

Mental and physical health are inseparably linked - researcher Holly Dorning explores consider the impact of treatment them in isolation.

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New study reveals ‘striking’ disparity in emergency care use for people with mental ill health

Press release 14/10/2015

People with mental ill health had almost five times more emergency hospital admissions last year relative to people without.

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Why do people with mental ill health die younger – and what can we do about it?

Blog post 10/10/2015Dr Geraldine Strathdee

What are the barriers to accessing physical healthcare for people with mental ill health?

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Nuffield Trust response to the 2015 Budget

Press release 18/03/2015

Nuffield Trust Senior Fellow in Health Policy responds to the Chancellor's final Budget of this Parliament.

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Watching quality: a focus on the most vulnerable

Blog post 10/10/2014Dr Jennifer Dixon CBE

A key test of any health system is how it cares for the most vulnerable in society.

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