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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

 

 

The Early Intervention in Psychosis Audit has now ended and the national report published in July 2016

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EIP audit national report

What is the Early Intervention in Psychosis audit?

 

The Early Intervention in Psychosis audit was a quality improvement programme commissioned by Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) on behalf of NHS England, and awarded to the Royal College of Psychiatrists' Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI).

 

Early intervention in psychosis services are specialist community services providing care and treatment to people who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis, and for those who are at high risk of developing psychosis.  The EIP audit helped to establish the extent to which these services comply with a framework of NICE standards of care, NICE quality standard for psychosis and schizophrenia in adults (QS80), which put particular emphasis on early access, physical health, family intervention and supported employment programmes. 

 

The results of the audit provided a national overview of the EIP services’ quality of care in England relative to those standards. In addition, the audit enabled participating services to identify their strengths as well as the areas of improvement.

 

 

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The audit used a minimum data set based as far as possible on routinely collected data sources which will included:

 

  •  Organisational data
  •  Clinical case note audit data

Data collection took take place in November-December 2015 .

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