Please see below for case studies and other information associated with the Oxford AHSN Anxiety and Depression Network’s projects:
Enhancing recovery rates
- Recognising and treating obsessive compulsive disorder
Referral rates for OCD are generally too low when compared to estimated prevalence and it is imperative that those working in primary care in particular familiarise themselves with this crippling anxiety disorder and its manifesting symptoms. This will lead to increased treatment opportunities and improved numbers of patients recovered.
- Making the most of HSCIC quarterly reports: Draft guidance for IAPT service leads and commissioners
Enhancing recovery rates is underpinned by fully understanding the IAPT data collected and submitted to NHS Digital (previously, HSCIC).
- Measuring improvement and recovery – adult services
To enhance recovery rates it is important to measure reliable improvement.
Transparency about the outcomes of mental health services (IAPT approach): an analysis of public data, The Lancet, December 2017. Read the article here
- Common mental health disorders – profiling tool user guide
Using all the tools and data repositories available when looking to enhance recovery rates.
Integrated psychological and physical care
- A report on piloting integrated treatment for patients suffering with diabetes and co-morbid anxiety/depression.
- Cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia treatment protocol
- Depression and diabetes integrated care projects
- Heart2Heart integrated care project
- COPD integrated care project
- MUS integrated care pathway project
- Psychological Perspectives in Primary Care (PPiPCare) training programme
- Psychological Perspectives in Education and Primary Care (PPEPCare)
Durability of clinical gains
- Read more here