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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 […]

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 […]

Primary care mental health services – literature review and scoping report

30th November 2017

London CCGs are at various stages of developing and rolling out mental healthcare models in primary care.  This literature review and scoping report has been completed to compare current developments in primary care mental health models across the capital.  The scoping exercise has identified many new initiatives where specialist and primary care staff are working together with community-based […]

Mental and emotional wellbeing

9th April 2015

Increasing numbers of young people are presenting to primary care services with mental and emotional health issues. This section provides resources and support for primary and community care staff working with children and young people with mental health needs.