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Health professionals have a particular role in
helping patients to manage their condition so that they regain or
retain occupational function. The National Institute for
Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has developed clinical
guidelines and public health guidance which include medical and
non-medical interventions for both common and rare
conditions. These interventions are based on the best
available research evidence and each includes practical strategies,
tools and information to ensure that these interventions are
Clinical and public health guidance on mental health and
National Institute for
Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
This is the link to the list of completed
guidelines (clinical and public health) as well as guidance that is
Management of long-term
sickness and incapacity for work
Guidance for primary care and employers on the
management of long-term sickness and incapacity
This guidance is for all those who manage
long-term (or recurring short or long-term) sickness absence and
incapacity, including employers and people working in the NHS.
mental wellbeing through productive and healthy working conditions:
guidance for employers, November 2009
This public health guidance includes
recommendations for action in the form of ‘who should take action’
and ‘what should they do’.
Improving Access to Psychological
The Improving Access to Psychological
Therapies (IAPT) programme supports the frontline NHS in
implementing National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
(NICE) guidelines for people suffering from depression and anxiety
disorders. This website is a learning and support tool for
services created through the programme.
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