March 2015 - BASW Response to CAAPC consultation: Commission to review the provision of acute psychiatric care for adults in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Call for evidence

 

The Commission is beginning its work by asking all individuals and organisations in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland with relevant knowledge and experience of acute psychiatric care for their help by completing this consultation.

 

This includes all:

 

  • patients/service users

  • carers and family members

  • members of staff in mental health services (NHS, independent, or voluntary)

  • providers of mental health services (NHS, independent, or voluntary)

  • commissioners or planners of mental health services

  • individuals and organisations involved in health or social care outside of mental health

  • primary and secondary care staff (clinical and managerial)

  • charities or voluntary sector organisations with an interest in this area

  • individuals or organisations working in the criminal justice system

  • Local Authority Bodies and individuals working for them

  • other relevant bodies or groups

 

The call for evidence will close on Wednesday 18th March 2015

Published : 18th March 2015*

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