The following report documents the results of an audit that was conducted in 2001 to explore the experiences of 42 Meriden trainers. The areas examined included motivations, frustrations, support and the benefits of trying to implement family work and sustain the momentum in their own services. They outline what helped them to remain involved in this type of work.
The table chronologically documents various surveys that have been or are currently being conducted with regard to carers’ experiences. For more information about each survey, please click on the links provided.
The NIMHE National PSI Implementation Workgroup conducted a survey of university accredited PSI education/training in January 2006. The findings of the survey are outlined in the report. Implications for the dissemination of PSI are considered and a series of recommendations presented.
Early intervention is currently the top government mental health priority. Furthermore the provision of psychosocial interventions is one of the defining qualities of a modern EI service. This makes this review of training for PSI timely and its messages particularly important for those involved in developing the mental health workforce.
This report outlines the results of a scoping exercise funded by the Department of Health to inform the development of a national curriculum and training modules for mental health professionals to improve the support provided to mental health carers.
The Care Services Improvement Partnership (CSIP) were delighted to welcome over 30 delegates to this, its second Early Intervention Service (EIS)
research-policy-practice national seminar in December 2007. This report documents and discusses developments in important research into the cost impact of Early Intervention Services.