Mental health: Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT)
The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme supports the frontline NHS in implementing National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines for people suffering from depression and anxiety disorders. The Children and Young People’s IAPT project, launched in 2011, aims to improve access to treatment the evidence say works, improve outcome monitoring in order to understand what is and isn’t working, and make sure services are shaped and developed so they work for children, young people and where relevant, their families.
This key topic brings together resources relating to improving access to psychological therapies for children and young people.
- A Practical Guide to Using Service User Feedback &
Outcome Tools to Inform Clinical Practice in Child & Adolescent Mental
Some initial guidance from the Children and Young Peoples’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Outcomes-Oriented Practice (CO-OP) Group
Published Date: 2012
- Routine outcome monitoring as part of children and
young people's Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT)
This section of the IAPT website provides information about how patient reported outcomes will be routinely monitored in the children and young people's IAPT projects funded by the Department of Health. IAPT works with existing child and adolescent mental health services in the NHS, voluntary sector and other settings to improve service to children and young people. It includes links to:
o Briefing note that summarises the way forward agreed for routine outcome monitoring in CYP IAPT.
o CYP IAPT dataset detailing all data fields collaborating sites are required to collect.
o A practical guide to using service user feedback and outcome tools to inform clinical practice in child and adolescent mental health.
o Children and Young Peoples IAPT tracking outcomes: resource pack which contains a range of measures and resources for use with children, young people and parents.
Publisher: Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) website
Published Date: 2012
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