CONTINUING THE PHILOSOPHY OF REGINALD O. KAPP

9.63 REPORT: LIFT PSYCHOLOGY SWINDON


Report for Brighton and Hove Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) on LIFT mental health services in Avon and Wiltshire (Swindon)         9.9.13
By John Kapp, 22, Saxon Rd Hove BN3 4LE, 01273 417997
johnkapp@btinternet.com


Creating a patient centred mental health service Swindon fashion in the City of Brighton and Hove

Contents
1     Recommendations to the cityís Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB)
2     The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS) for Brighton and Hove
3     Public health warning: does the HWB have the legal responsibility to sign off the JHWS,
    and if so, to improve services?
4     The Health and Social Care Act is a revolution which turns the old NHS on itís head
5     The wastefulness of a provider centred NHS
6     What is wrong with the mental health service provided by SPFT?
7     Tightening up of regulation of providers, such as the CQC.
8     Context of this report Ė Swindon has shortest wait for talking therapies
    and mental health courses
9     The Least Intervention First Time (LIFT) Psychology mental health service in
    Swindon, Wiltshire and Avon
10     What is IAPT?
11     Antidepressant prescribing
12     What the LIFT website says about itís involvement with IAPT
13     What Wellbeing Therapies are provided under AQP for in Bristol and South Glos
14     The need to improve the wellbeing of GPs, and other NHS staff
15     The Scottish Recovery Unit example of community partnership working
16     Conclusion and recommendation Ė clarify responsibilities, and adopt best practice

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