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This section provides access to guidance, resources and positive practice to inform commissioning for better outcomes for people with mental health problems, and to improve the mental health and wellbeing of communities.

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Mersey Care CQUINs in mental health Mersey Care CQUINs in mental health

Mersey Care NHS Trust is working on a series of Commissioning for Quality and Innovations (CQUINs) in mental health, including improving the quality of care for people with psychosis, a developing a new way of collaborative working with primary care and improving the transitional mental health pathway for young people. Read more »

Integration – Step by Step Integration – Step by Step

This online tool, published by the Social Care Institute for Excellence, aims to help you achieve better integrated working and in doing so deliver quality care and support around the needs of the individual, their family and their carers. Read more »

Outcome measures

This knowledge summary provides an introduction to understanding mental health outcome measures. It covers general and patient rated outcome measures and specific measures for emotional difficulties, bipolar disorder, psychosis, substance misues and cognitive function. Read more »

Devon Recovery Learning Community Devon Recovery Learning Community

The Devon Recovery Learning Community provides courses to people with lived experience of mental health difficulties, their family and friends and the professionals who support them. The courses provide learners with knowledge about the experience of mental distress and what Recovery means. They also provide learners with skills to manage a mental health problem and… 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 »