This 3-year pilot project funded by South London and Maudsley Charitable Funds aims to support people with a history of forensic mental health care. This report highlights some of the key evaluation findings after two year providing valuable insights into a relatively uncharted area of supporting services users with a history of forensic mental health services.
A project on behalf of the Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham on Mental Health Systems in the European Union Member States, Status of Mental Health in Populations and Benefits to be Expected from Investments into Mental Health (2013). A project to profile mental health systems across 29 EU countries and their prevention of mental illness and promotion of mental health activities. Funded by the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers, European Commission. The report was launched at the Mental health: Challenges and Possibilities, Lithuanian Presidency conference (Vilnius, 10-11 October, 2013).
o-author of the World Innovations Health Summit (WISH) report on global mental health (November, 2013). A report commissioned by Lord Darzi to showcase innovations for a summit meeting of health ministers, policy makers and civil servants to improve treatment and care for people with mental health problems globally. This is work done on behalf of Paul Farmer (CEO, Mind), in collaboration with Vikram Patel and Mary DeSilva (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Shekhar Saxena (WHO) and Vanessa Pinfold (McPin Foundation).
Author of the Mental Health of Serving and Ex-Service Personnel – a review of the evidence and perspectives of key stakeholders (2013). A report commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation on behalf of the Forces in Mind Trust. a copy of the review can be obtained from this link: