The Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) plans and develops services for people with mental health needs, in partnership with the Public Health Agency.
|Guide for People Using Services and their Family Members: Eating Disorders Pathway to Care||0.6 MiB||887|
|Information for General Practice: Early Intervention in Eating Disorders||0.6 MiB||327|
|Information for General Practice: Personality Disorders - A Diagnosis for Inclusion||0.2 MiB||66|
|Regional Care Pathway for the Treatment of Eating Disorders||1.0 MiB||528|
|Regional Mental Health Care Pathway||1.8 MiB||105|
|Regional Personality Disorder Care Pathway||1.0 MiB||65|
|Talking Yourself Well - Guide To Mental Health Psychological Therapies||2.4 MiB||155|
|Your Guide to Mental Health Services - Pocket Guide||0.5 MiB||45|
|Regional guidelines for the management of patients AWOL from adult mental health or learning disability inpatient setting||0.6 MiB||291|
|Regional guidelines for the search of patients within adult mental health or learning disability inpatient setting||0.2 MiB||304|
|Regional inter-agency protocol on the operation of place of safety and conveyance to hospital under the Mental Health NI Order 1986||0.8 MiB||987|
|10,000 Voices Report (Experience of Paediatric Autism and CAMHS Project)||2.3 MiB||129|
|A Review Of Beechcroft And The Acute Child And Adolescent Mental Health Care Pathway||2.1 MiB||445|
|Bamford Taskforce Annual Report 2011||0.1 MiB||202|
|Evaluation Report - Card Before You Leave Scheme||0.6 MiB||326|
|Report of the You In Mind - Your Experience Matters Sensemaker Re-Audit December 2015||4.2 MiB||34|
In 2012, the Public Health Agency and the Health and Social Care Board surveyed people across Northern Ireland to assess their experience of Mental Health services. The ‘Your Experience Matters’ survey was based upon nine questions developed by service users and carers from each Trust area. In addition, individual respondents had the opportunity to tell their story and describe their personal experience of using mental health services.
The issues and concerns highlighted in the 2012 survey, such as the need for ‘good communication’, ‘shared care’, and ‘timely information’ were prioritised for improvement. Each Trust subsequently engaged in service improvement activities to help address these issues/concerns. A key part of this process has been the ‘Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change’ programme www.imroc.org. This is based upon staff and service users working together to ensure mental health services become more recovery-focused.
To assess progress from 2012, a 2nd Edition of the regional survey was undertaken between Oct-Dec 2015, representing the updated views of service users and carers. The report of the You In Mind – Your Experience Matters Sensemaker Re-audit 2015 is available in the Reports section above. Overall, it is pleasing to report that the findings of the 2015 survey demonstrate a general improvement from 2012 across all areas.