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care.data Care.data GP toolkit

This toolkit, produced by NHS England, aims to help GP Practices raise patient awareness of plans to extract coded GP data as part of the care.data programme, It also explains what to do if a patient objects to the use of personal confidential data beyond their direct care. Read more »

National Well-being wheel of measures Measuring National Well-being

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is developing new measures of national well-being to provide a fuller picture of how society is doing by supplementing existing economic, social and environmental measures. Read more »

Public mental health and relevance to social care Public mental health and relevance to social care

In this presentation Dr Jonathan Campion, Director of Public Mental Health and Consultant Psychiatrist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, shows how appropriate public mental health commissioning can prevent mental health problems, promote wellbeing and improve outcomes for services and the people who use them. Read more »

Wellbeing and Resilience Measure (WARM) Wellbeing and Resilience Measure (WARM)

The Wellbeing and Resilience Measure (WARM), developed by the Young Foundation, is a measure which combines existing data about localities, combining familiar statistics on such things as jobs and health with new ways of thinking about how happy and resilient communities are. Read more »

Recovery Star Recovery Star

The Recovery Star developed by the Mental Health Providers Forum, is an outcomes measure which enables people using services to measure their own recovery progress, with the help of mental health workers or others. Read more »