The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 4 Issue 2

Issues for workforce development

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New Ways of Working and the issue of responsibility and accountability

Christine Vize

The issue of responsibility and accountability is central to the development of New Ways of Working (NWW), and has also been central to the concerns that members of some…

Values and behaviours: using the Ten Essential Shared Capabilities to support policy reform in mental health practice

Ian McGonagle

This paper will review aspects of current policy in mental health with specific reference to policy that has a values focus. In this context, values refers to the…

New Ways of Working for Psychiatrists: the achievements and the challenges

Sally Pidd

The New Ways of Working national programme was started by psychiatrists (through the Royal College of Psychiatrists) when it became apparent that the roles they were being…

Reflections on the impact of New Ways of Working for Applied Psychologists

Tony Lavender

This paper provides a review of the impact of three of the six work streams from the New Ways of Working for Applied Psychologists. The organisational change model of…

Service user perspectives on a new model of inpatient care: a qualitative study

Christine Healey, Catherine Mills, Vikki Fahey, Cathy Hyde‐Price, Jinesh Shah, Peter Kinderman

The New Ways of Working (NWW) initiative was launched in 2004 to build a more flexible and skilled mental health workforce. This paper explores the journey through…

A new workforce to deliver IAPT: a case study

Graham Turpin, Jeremy Clarke, Ruth Duffy, Roslyn Hope

Two years ago, we published within this journal a scoping article (Turpin et al, 2006) concerning the urgent need to review and enhance the workforce responsible for…

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ISSN:

1755-6228

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Anne Felton
  • Prof Di Bailey
  • Dr David Crepaz-Keay