Access our independent systematic reviews, evaluations of mental health services/interventions, and reports that we have developed with other organisations.
View or download the published documents below, and find out more about the evaluations that we are working on.
Our reports contain recommendations and practical help for mental health services by describing the culture and initiatives of services that lead by example in how they work and what they do.
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Barnett P, Oshinowo I, Cooper C, Taylor C, Smith S & Pilling S. The association between social class and the impact of treatment for mental health problems: a systematic review and narrative synthesis. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 2022; https://doi.org/10.1007/s00127-022-02378-9.
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Hollis C, Pennant M, Cuenca J, Glazebrook C, Kendall K, Whittington C, et al. Clinical effectiveness and patient perspectives of different treatment strategies for tics in children and adolescents with Tourette syndrome: a systematic review and qualitative analysis. Health Technology Assessment. 2016;20(4):DOI 10.3310/hta20040.
Access our four evidence reviews that accompany the NICE guideline Coexisting severe mental illness and substance misuse: community health and social care services (NG58, 2016).
We produce rapid systematic reviews of the evidence:
We carry out evaluations of mental health services and interventions:
Read our final report evaluating the SiMHS project training programme, commissioned by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (2023).
Evaluations in progress and in development
Evaluation of the delivery of a physical activity programme in IAPT services in Camden & Islington and Nottingham city for Sport England.
We write reports on specific areas of mental health care, commissioned by other organisations:
'All Age Crisis Care: Recommendations and Positive Practice' makes recommendations for the improvement and delivery of high-quality mental health care. It describes exemplar services and initiatives that demonstrate those recommendations in practice.
'A Happy, Healthy Workplace: Workforce Wellbeing, Recruitment and Retention in Mental Health Services' identifies seven key aspects of staff health and wellbeing, with positive practice examples from services for each recommendation. It gives practical advice and highlights some excellent initiatives from statutory, voluntary and emergency mental health services.