Enter & View: Mental Health Community Services
We carried out an Enter and View to take a closer look at community-based mental health services. The project was based on a recognition of the large numbers of people who rely on primary care and community services as an important means of support.
15 March 2017
Seeking mental health support from a GP: Summary report
Our work in Vassall Ward in 2015 revealed that most people would choose to visit their GP first if they needed help for a mental health concern. That's why we decided to look at people's experience of tlaking to their GP about mental health.
13 March 2017
GP Experiences: How supportive are waiting rooms for people with mental health concerns?
We explored GP waiting rooms from a mental health perspective, rRecognising that the waiting room atmosphere and the information displayed affect all patients, not only those with mental health concerns.
15 February 2017
Lambeth Datanet: Individual Patient Registration Profile Community Consultation
Lambeth DataNet (LDN) was created in 2006 by Lambeth GPs with an interest in tackling health inequalities, by using anonymous information from GP patient records. As the steering group proposed to add characteristics from the Equality Act 2015
16 December 2016
Extra Care Review: Connections Update 2016
in October 2016 we invited all extra care residents in Lambeth to a tea and chat event at one of the extra care facilities. We wanted to find out how residents were feeling one year on from our review and what difference the grants may have begun.
12 December 2016
Enter & View: Mood, Anxiety and Personality Community Mental Health Team at SLaM
In 2016 we conducted a series of six Enter and View visits to South London and Maudsley NHS Trust community mental health services. These included supported accommodation services, employment support services and clinical services.
1 November 2016
Young People: Listening to how they keep healthy
In 2015, we worked with Brook – the national sexual health charity to pilot ways of engaging with young people. A core volunteer group was recruited and trained as researchers to seek out health and social care experiences of their peers.
27 October 2016