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  • New slide-sets: We're pleased to confirm that slide-sets on Topic 9d 'Prescribing antipsychotics in people with a learning disability in adult mental health services' can now be downloaded from the  POMH-UK Members' Area.
  • Data Collection: We are now entering the stage of data collection for QIP topic 20a ‘Improving the quality of valproate prescribing in mental health services’, please contact your local POMH lead for audit materials. 
  • POMH telephone numbers update: Please be advised that from 1 September 2020, POMH telephone numbers have changed. For all general queries, please contact Tel: 020 8618 4010
  • New report: We're pleased to confirm that member reports on Topic 9d 'Prescribing antipsychotics in people with a learning disability in adult mental health services' are now available to POMH-UK members. Individual reports can be downloaded from the online POMH-UK Members' Area.

       

  • New publication: A new paper using POMH-UK data from Topic 18a 'Use of clozapine', has recently been published in the Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology journal: 'The physical health and side-effect monitoring of patients prescribed clozapine: data from a clinical audit conducted in UK mental health services'. A link to this paper can be found in the POMH-UK resources area, under the Publications list.
  • New publication: A new paper using POMH-UK data from Topic 19a has recently been published in the Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology journal: 'Prescribing for moderate or severe unipolar depression in patients under the long-term care of UK adult mental health services'. A link to this paper and all other POMH published papers can be found in the POMH-UK resources area.
    • New publication: A new paper using POMH-UK data from Topic 16b has recently been published in the Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology journal: 'Physical health monitoring after rapid tranquillisation: clinical practice in UK mental health services'. A link to this paper and all other POMH published papers can be found in the POMH-UK resources area.


                     

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