Resources: Reports

Peer review of mental health crisis pathways for children & young people


This report summarises the findings from peer reviews of London’s nine mental health crisis pathways for children and young people (CYP) conducted between November 2017 and May 2018. The peer review follows publication of our CYP mental health crisis guidance and the subsequent CCG self-assessment against the recommendations. Analysis of the self-assessment, completed by the […]

Mental Health in Schools toolkit and mapping exercise


Supporting children with their emotional wellbeing and mental health is a growing priority for health services and for schools. To support this, Healthy London Partnership (HLP) has developed a toolkit to support schools and undertaken a mapping exercise as part of the Mental Health in Schools Project to find out more about the extent of […]

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SLaM’s centralised health-based place of safety evaluation 2018

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An evaluation of the sustainability and impact of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust’s centralised health-based place of safety model.  This second report builds on the initial evaluation of November 2017, to see whether original trends identified have been sustained, and whether there has been any additional impact or any unintended consequences since […]

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London estates transformation: FAQs, updates and resources

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See London estates transformation updates from the London Estates Board and the London Estates Delivery Unit. Background The London Estates Board (LEB) was formed in December 2016. The LEB provides a single forum for estate discussions in London and brings together expertise from across London. The LEB includes representatives from Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs), local […]

Supporting the transformation of healthcare for children and young people


This report is the latest summary of our work to improve children and young people’s care in London. It includes live links to our online resources.  Overview Strategic Context – the NHS Long Term Plan Data to support transformation Mental Health Asthma Primary and community care Urgent and emergency care Child Death Overview Panels NHS […]

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Good Thinking: research and documentation


Reports and documents created during the different stages of the development for Good Thinking.  Highlights Discovery research:  Digital mental wellbeing (Dec 2016), research included census data, reports from mental health charities, world health organisations and the government. Exploratory user research : Anxiety (Males 18-34); Depression; Sleep (Males 18-34); Wellbeing; Exploring potential users and themes   Back to Good Thinking pages

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Psychological support for people affected by cancer

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A report from our Transforming Cancer Services Team for London, in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, aimed at improving psychological support for people living with cancer across London. It includes detailed recommendations for best practice in psychological support services and identifies the key issues that need to be addressed in London going forward. It also comprises […]

Healthy London Partnership: annual report 2017/18


Our report of the highlights of work we did in 2017/18. Last year we worked with thousands of different Londoners and hundreds of organisations in all shapes and sizes. Everyday people just like us who are as passionate as our partners are about improving the health and happiness of their friends and families. It includes […]

Transforming mental health in London: annual report


A report of the activity conducted by Healthy London Partnership and London Clinical Networks in 2017/18 to improve mental healthcare in London as part of the Mental Health Transformation Board.  It includes: Crisis care Effective diagnosis, treatment and care for people living with dementia Improving access to psychological therapies Improving delays in transfer of care […]