NCEPOD – Mental Healthcare in Young People and Young Adults 2019

The National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) recently published a review of the quality of care provided to children and young people with mental health conditions admitted to a general health hospital or mental health facility and an assessment of healthcare utilisation in this group using routinely collected national datasets.

Click on the link below to go to the publication:

NCEPOD – Mental Healthcare in Young People and Young Adults (2019)

Help identify priorities for preventing suicide amongst autistic people 

On average, autistic people are nine times more likely to die by suicide than non-autistic people. Leading researchers and charities are looking for health professionals, policy makers and service providers to join autistic people and their families in helping shape future prevention plans.

Please consider completing this online survey about priorities for research and policy:

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The project is led by Dr Sarah Cassidy at Nottingham University with support from Newcastle and Coventry Universities, the UK’s autism research charity Autistica, the NIHR’s James Lind Alliance and international autism research organisation INSAR.