Supporting Prioritisation of Mental Health Funding Related to Urgent and Emergency Care in the East of England

A Guide for Integrated Care Systems and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships

Published in: Eastern AHSN website (2021)

Posted on RAND.org on April 30, 2021

by Lucy Hocking, Jennifer Bousfield, Evangelos Gkousis, Katherine I. Morley, Jon Sussex

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This guide has been developed to support ICS/STPs in the East of England and more widely in determining the funding priorities and evaluation of projects relating to mental health urgent and emergency care. The first section of the guide following this Summary aims to support you with your resource prioritisation, focusing on the key steps and aspects to consider when deciding what to fund. The second section offers an overview of how to think about developing logic models for the work you have funded, which is away of understanding whether the funding has led to its intended outcomes.

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