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
Saffron Cordery responds to Centre for Mental Health's report: 'Better together: A public health model for mentally healthier integrated care systems'.
Saffron Cordery comments on NHS Providers' new survey of trust leaders' reflections on the backlog of care and waiting times.
On World Mental Health day, Saffron Cordery discusses the urgent need to tackle the mental health care backlog and what mental health services need from the upcoming comprehensive spending review.
Saffron Cordery responds to the publication of the planning guidance by NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Saffron Cordery responds to NHS Digital's 2021 survey results, 'Mental health of children and young people in England 2021'.
Saffron Cordery responds to the justice committee's report 'Mental health in prisons'.
Saffron Cordery responds to the Labour leader's promises for mental health treatment and services.
Cathy Elliot reflects on the importance to update external environments of mental health facilities to improve recovery,
NHS Providers seventeenth edition of the biannual performance report, reflecting on March 2021 to September 2021.
On World Suicide Prevention Day 2021, Professor Louis Appleby outlines what the NHS can do to support patients.
We're back! In this episode of The Provider Podcast Adam Brimelow speaks with Carrie-Ann Wade and Daniel Reynolds on NHS Communications and the upcoming NHS Communicate events.
Our response to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s proposed new standards for mental health services