When ideology meets reality

When ideology meets reality

What do the ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng and the founding principles of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme (IAPT) have in common? Answer: A hopeful start, after which both have failed to survive contact with reality. The...

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Can benchmarks improve IAPT performance?

Can benchmarks improve IAPT performance?

Estimated reading time: 8 minutes It doesn’t take much digging into national IAPT 2020 – 21 data to discover big differences between service provision in different areas. In the last blog we highlighted (against a national recovery rate of 51%) the...

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Small gains disguise a miserable picture: IAPT 2020 – 21

Small gains disguise a miserable picture: IAPT 2020 – 21

Table of contentsThe latest data: overall referrals and endings How did clients move through the system? What’s gone up, gone down, and what’s stayed the same?Small gains in the context of still woeful attritionGo explore the Interactive Dashboard! Estimated reading...

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Made to Measure: The Strathclyde Inventory

Made to Measure: The Strathclyde Inventory

Table of contentsA measure of the fully functioning person What does it measure?How to understand the numbersWhere you can find itAccessing our study A measure of the fully functioning person In the move to measuring outcome in routine counselling practice, there has...

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