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[IWS] RAND Europe: PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING AND WORK: IMPROVING SERVICE PROVISION AND OUTCOMES [20 January 2014]

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RAND Europe

 

Psychological Wellbeing and Work: Improving service provision and outcomes [20 January 2014]

by  Christian van Stolk,  Joanna Hofman,  Marco Hafner, Barbara Janta

http://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR407.html

or

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/273433/psychological-wellbeing-and-work.pdf

[full-text, 109 pages]

 

This report explores proposals to improve employment and health outcomes for people with common mental health problems and makes a number of recommendations. These include: using evidence-based models to provide services that combine employment and mental health support; increasing integration between existing treatment and employment services to improve outcomes in both areas; applying evidence-based models in new ways or a using combination of approaches; and providing timely access to coordinated treatment and employment support for a greater number of people with common mental health problems.

 

 

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