The Mind & Body Programme at King’s Health Partners supports a number of projects across the partnership that are working to integrate physical and mental healthcare.
A screening project in physical health outpatient clinics to detect anxiety and depression in those with physical health conditions.
Resource for Electronic Development of Interventions for Talking Therapies in Long-Term Conditions (RE-EDITT) and Compass
A project developing an electronic cognitive behavioural therapy tool, called Compass, that is tailored to those with long-term conditions.
A multi-disciplinary service that integrates mind and body care for patients with heart failure, hypertension and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The Mind & Body Programme received funding from Maudsley Charity for the 3-year Integrating our Mental and Physical Healthcare Systems (IMPHS) project which will focus on closing the mortality gap for patients at South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. The project will be delivered through three workstreams aimed at improving physical health of patients by improving the support for physical health issues in in-patient settings through training and quality improvement, in community settings through a volunteer-delivered intervention and across the trust via a digital tool.
A group of projects across our partner organisations aiming to improve the physical health of those with SMI. While SMI does not have a precise definition, we include schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorders, bipolar disorder and other long-term mental health disorders.
A project funded by the charity Leukaemia UK to improve physical and mental healthcare for people and families living with blood cancer and related diseases.
IAPT is an NHS England programme to improve treatments for people with anxiety and depression. We support a series of projects working towards increased integration and collaboration between local IAPT services, and local primary and secondary care services for those with long-term conditions.
All across King's Health Partners, we are supporting research that will support better mind and body care in the future, including by using the data generated by IMPARTS.
SHRINE delivers and evaluates sexual and reproductive healthcare (SRH) for three specific communities in Lambeth and Southwark.
In 2020, King’s Health Partners finalised and published the Learning Disability Strategy which is a collaboration across the partnership and incorporates the views of people with lived experience of learning disabilities and autism and their families and carers. The strategy is being delivered and monitored by a Working Group of professionals across mental health services, acute trusts and community teams in partnership with social care and the voluntary sector.