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

6th December 2018

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 […]

London primary care mental health guidance and evaluation

29th November 2018

This primary care mental health guidance is for commissioners and providers to use when developing and delivering better services, and highlights a number of lessons learned about what is required to make services both successful and sustainable. The guidance is an informative and practical aid to local and strategic planning and, with the accompanying economic […]

Mental Health in Schools toolkit and mapping exercise

28th November 2018

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 […]

Schools mental health toolkit

10th October 2018

Welcome to the Mental Health in Schools Toolkit. It has been developed in partnership with the Greater London Authority. Supporting children with their emotional wellbeing and mental health is a growing priority for health services and for schools. We encourage school leaders and staff, health care professionals and commissioners to use the toolkit for a wide […]

Good practice guidance for children and young people’s mental health care in primary care

5th October 2018

Evidence-based good practice summary guidance for children and young people’s mental health care in primary care. It was developed in collaboration with UCLPartners.  There are two parts to this work: 1) Good practice examples of how primary care and early help enhances the care for children and young people with mental health problems. 2) A literature […]

Case study: London’s mental health handover form

18th June 2018

Some of the things we do might be small and simple but have a massive impact on people’s lives. For example, we worked with London’s A&E departments and police forces to develop a handover form, which has resulted in 83 per cent fewer people going missing from A&E when having a mental health crisis, compared […]

Transforming mental health in London: annual report

30th April 2018

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 […]

Stolen years online resources

24th April 2018

Use our information, tools and resources to plan and implement changes to local healthcare to support the needs of people who are experiencing serious mental illness (SMI).

Mental health discharge top tips

8th February 2018

A presentation offering 10 top tips for reducing delays in mental health trust discharge in London. These top tips originated from the ‘Pan-London Reducing delays in Mental Health Trust Discharges Workshop’, attended by more than 90 colleagues from across the mental health system in May 2017. Delegates represented clinical commissioning groups, local authorities, London ADASS, Mental […]

Tokophobia: best practice toolkit

30th January 2018

The pan-London perinatal mental health network’s fear of childbirth (Tokophobia) and traumatic experience of childbirth best practice toolkit. This toolkit offers best practice guidance about identifying and treating tokophobia. It draws on the current evidence and recommendations of a group of experts in the field. We would like to thank all the many people who […]