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Mental health service review published

Community health services need to be “significantly strengthened” alongside a greater and stronger workforce to meet the growing demand for mental health services in the NHS, according to a major review by Lord Carter and published by NHS Improvement.

The report, NHS operational productivity: unwarranted variations, is the result of working with many mental health trusts and providers of community services since January 2017. It found the need for a stronger mechanism for sharing between the two services.

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The June/July 2018 #MHNjournal highlights include: - A report on concerns over money lending for people with mental health problems - The language of psychiatric discourse: power and imbalance - Guidance on writing for publication - Speak Up! features on experiences of working with mental health nurses, and recovery from anorexia - MHN Student Focus: Matty Laycock on the important of focusing on recovery - Inside the mind of... Natasha Devon - Resource reviews - Our regular updates from LPO Dave Munday and news from the mental health nursing world