UK Government Should Pilot Four Interventions to Improve Employment Outcomes for People with Common Mental Health Problems
Jan 20, 2014
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.
Please note: This report is not available on the RAND website but can be downloaded from the gov.uk website.
Developing Policy Options
Proposed Policy Options
Interview topic guide
Longlist of policy options assessed against criteria
Overview of the four shortlisted policy options
Additional information on IPS and JOBS II
Additional information on pilot design and implementation