Research and analysis
Psychosis data report
Describes the variation in numbers of people with psychosis and their access to care and support across England.
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This report describes the variation in numbers of people with psychosis and their access to care and support across England by local authority or clinical commissioning group (CCG). It also highlights where there are quality issues or gaps in current data relating to psychosis.
It is written for people involved in the local planning and provision of care for people with or at risk of psychosis, to help them make sure that services provided meet local needs. It should also help them identify and address any gaps in provision.
A range of sources are used, but the report mainly draws upon the monthly data from the Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Statistics, published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (now NHS Digital) in November 2015.
The complete dataset, which covers all CCGs and local authorities across all the measures mentioned in the report, can be accessed on the National Archives.
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Published: 17 October 2016
From: Public Health England