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On Monday 27th April, we invited select representatives from a number of IAPT services to join us for a roundtable conversation at our new offices in central Bath. We discussed the new waiting time targets for psychological therapies and how they were approaching the challenge. … Continue reading
A recent report, carried out by University of Chester, has criticised the Any Qualified Provider (AQP) programme claiming it is adding unnecessary pressure to psychologists’ duties and negatively affecting reliability of services.
Last week we attended the Psychological Therapies Conference in London. We had a great couple of days chatting to delegates and showing people the new features in IAPTus.
Mayden will be exhibiting at the New Savoy Partnership 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition on the 29th-30th November at the Mermaid Conference Centre in London.
First ITK approved solution means psychological therapy services across the country are now able to access and share patient data via spine mini service. 2 October 2012 – Quicksilva, an independent supplier of healthcare IT systems and Mayden, a specialist … Continue reading
The National Audit of Psychological Therapies is now recruiting services to take part in the second round of the audit via its website www.rcpsych.ac.uk/napt. All NHS-funded services in England and Wales that provide psychological therapy for adults in the … Continue reading
Since coming into power, the government has been committed to increasing patient choice and personalisation in the NHS. The DH has liaised with national patient groups to identify key areas of healthcare that would most benefit from increased choice. The … Continue reading