National commitments to transform and improve mental health care are welcome but extra funding needs to get through to the frontline and workforce gaps addressed in order for services to meet rapidly growing demand and transform for the future.
This briefing looks at the financial and investment challenges facing mental health providers and digests the funding issues facing NHS mental health trusts
In our new report on mental health services, we explore the challenges for the sector and the issues trust leaders tell us must be tackled.
The mental health implementation plan published on 24 July 2019 sets out how mental health services will achieve the ambitions set out in the NHS long term plan
Our briefing summarises key findings and conclusions from CQC's review into restraint, prolonged seclusion and segregation.
Saffron Cordery responds to NHS England’s announcement of £15m for staff mental health support.
Our briefing summarises key points from the strategy and makes recommendations to bridge gaps for communities faring worse than others in mental health services.
In honour of this year's World Mental Health Day, Locum's Nest co-founder Dr Nicholas Andreou discusses how staff banks can improve staff morale.
Earnd managing director of health and social care Jonathan Lewis, discusses why the delay between working and receiving pay is one of the biggest ‘pain points’ for employees.
Saffron Cordery responds to the government's announcement of funding to eradicate mental health dormitories.
Chris Hopson responds to the health and social care secretary Matt Hancock's speech at the NHS Providers annual conference and exhibition.
Saffron Cordery responds to the government's announcement of £3.7bn capital for hospital rebuilds.
On World Suicide Prevention Day, Mersey Care Foundation Trust chief executive Joe Rafferty shares his views on why this year is important for all NHS providers.
NHS Providers' new report calls for immediate action to tackle stigma and historic underfunding of services for people with a learning disability and autistic people.
Saffron Cordery sheds light on the difficult challenges people with a learning disability and autism face before and in the aftermath of COVID-19.
Miriam Deakin responds to the NHS Confederation’s new mental health and COVID-19 report.