The Community Learning Mental Health (CLMH) research project aimed to identify the potential for adult and community learning courses to help people develop the tools, strategies and resilience to manage, and aid recovery from, mild to moderate mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. This project was designed to build on the existing evidence base supporting the impact of adult and community learning on mental health and wellbeing.
Sixty-two research sites, run by adult learning providers across England were selected to develop and deliver short, part-time courses for adults experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems. The project had two phases, and this evaluation focussed on phase two, which took place from September 2016 to August 2017.
Feedback collection to improve maternity services
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by NHS England in February 2018 to understand how maternity services currently collect and use feedback from women to improve services, and to explore the opportunities for the collection of digital feedback in maternity services with the dual purposes of national benchmarking and local service improvement.
What can the Government do to ensure a successful implementation of the ‘opt-out’ organ donation system?
As Organ Donation Week comes to an end, Joanna Barry and Michelle Mackie discuss findings from Ipsos MORI’s research concerning implementation of the proposed opt-out system. This raises a number of important questions for the Government to consider if Parliament approves this legislation.