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Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

is currently reforming the medical statement, more commonly known as the sick note. The intention is to ensure that individuals and their employers are better informed about when and how it is appropriate to support someone back to work.

24.03.2010

 

Department of Health - physical activity

New pages on the Department of Health featuring physical activity and the Lets Get Moving powerpoint presentation

06.07.2009

 

Department of Health: Mental Health Website and Resources

In the last five years, a wealth of evidence has emerged about which practices are effective and which are not. Recent policy and consultation documents, implementation guides and good practice examples are available from this section of the Department of Health's website.

07.08.2008

 

Depression Annual Evidence Update 2010

The Depression Annual Evidence Update 2010 brings together evidence-based guidelines, systematic reviews, evidence summaries, care pathways and service development literature.

06.10.2010

 

Draft Mandate to NHS Commissioning Board

Take part in consultation on new care objectives for improving health and healthcare

16.08.2012

 

Dynamic Advances In County Mental Health Support

May is Mental Health Month and a time to celebrate the advances in the mental health field, bring awareness to the ongoing struggles of mental illness and, hopefully, chip away at the continued stigma that persists for individuals with mental illness.

20.05.2011
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