Department of Health publish Mental Health Community Teams activity data

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The Department of Health have published the quarterly Mental Health Community Teams activity data for 2010-11 and 2011-12 quarter 1.

The data consists of a number of spreadsheets and a document available for download from the DH website.

The main findings were:

2010-11

  • During 2010-11 10,311 new cases of psychosis were served by Early Intervention (EI) teams.
  • In 2010-11 97.2% of patients under adult mental illness specialties on Care Programme Approach (CPA) were followed up within 7 days of discharge from psychiatric inpatient care.
  • In 2010-11 97.4% of admissions to psychiatric inpatient wards were gate kept by Crisis Resolution Home Treatment (CRHT) teams.

2011-12 Quarter 1

  • In Quarter 1 of 2011-12 2,667 new cases of psychosis were served by EI teams.
  • In Quarter 1 of 2011-12 96.6% of patients under adult mental illness specialties on CPA were followed up within 7 days of discharge from psychiatric inpatient care.
  • In Quarter 1 of 2011-12 97.1% of admissions to psychiatric inpatient wards were gate kept by CRHT teams.

Mental Health Community Teams Activity. Department of Health, August 2011.

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Andre Tomlin

Andre Tomlin

André Tomlin is an Information Scientist with 20 years experience working in evidence-based healthcare. He's worked in the NHS, for Oxford University and since 2002 as Managing Director of Minervation Ltd, a consultancy company who do clever digital stuff for charities, universities and the public sector. Most recently André has been the driving force behind the Mental Elf and the National Elf Service; an innovative digital platform that helps professionals keep up to date with simple, clear and engaging summaries of evidence-based research. André is a Trustee at the Centre for Mental Health and an Honorary Research Fellow at University College London Division of Psychiatry. He lives in Bristol with his wife, dog and three little elflings.

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