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National Reports

The MSNAP National Report takes note of the recent findings from the national accreditation programme, including details of awarded accreditations, common areas for improvement, patient and carer themes, and anonymised benchmarked data. It also includes developments in MSNAP and our goals for the future.


Members List

A list of member services and their accreditation status can be found here:



For more information about the MSNAP Standards, or to download the document, please visit our Standards page:


 MSNAP Standards
Accreditation Process

The accreditation process document explains how the scheme works, including a timeline.  For more information, visit our 'How accreditation works' page or download the PDF file below.




Information about peer reviewing

For more information about peer reviewing, whether you are interested in becoming a peer reviewer, or have already trained, visit our peer reviews page.


MSNAP presentationConference materials

The MSNAP team is present at conferences up and down the country, as well as internationally. 

Here are a selection of our recent conference slides:

Special Interest Days

24 April 2017 - Learning disabilities and dementia

Thank you to the 92 speakers and delegates who attended our learning disabilities and dementia special interest day in London on 24 April 2017. We had a range of interesting and informative speakers at the event, and their presentations can be found below:

12 December 2016 - Medico-legal issues

Thank you to all speakers and delegates who attended our medico-legal issues special interest day in London on 12 December 2016, it was a great day! Presentations from the day are available here:

8 July 2016 - Psychosocial interventions

Thank you to all speakers and delegates who attended our psychosocial interventions special interest day in London on 8 July 2016, and helped make the event a success! Presentations from the day are available here:

The Faculty for the Psychology of Older People guide to psychosocial interventions in early stage dementia and clinical psychology in the early stage dementia care pathway papers can be downloaded for free from 

14 July 2015 - Engaging with patients from Black and Minority Ethnic Groups

This special interest day focused on engaging with patients from Black and Minority Ethnic groups. We had a number of representatives from different organisations speaking about their experiences, as well as a workshop. They all provided interesting information and practical examples of how services could become more culturally competent. The presentations can be found below.



Examples of best practice


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