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Research and Evaluation: Current Projects


Research at the Royal College of Psychiatrists has a major impact on both national practice and policy. The Health Services Research Team is based within the College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI) and conducts both large scale, national research and in-depth qualitative studies. Our work provides insight into the experiences of both mental health professionals and those living with mental health problems, focusing on under-studied aspects of healthcare provision and public health.

DepSurv: a survey of depression reporting in older adults

DepSurv aims to raise awareness of depression amongst older adults by collecting data from a sample of inpatients admitted to acute hospitals and comparing levels of recognition and treatment of this condition.

Evaluation of Novel Psychoactive Treatment UK Network II (NEPTUNE II)

We're evaluating e-learning modules to help clinicians manage and treat people who have used novel psychoactive substances.

Evaluating the impact of quality networks

This project is a randomised control trial that aims to gather scientific evidence on the impact that quality network membership has on the quality of care delivered by services in the Low Secure Units network.

CAPSS - Rare disorders in young people

A surveillance system that facilitates research into rare psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents.


Research and Evaluation: Partner Studies

Research and Evaluation: Output



Health Services Research, Royal College of Psychiatrists' College Centre for Quality Improvement,

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