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NICE consultation: Rehabilitation in adults with complex psychosis and related severe mental health conditions

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The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) have started a consultation on the rehabilitation in adults with complex psychosis and related severe mental health conditions.

This guideline covers mental health rehabilitation for adults aged 18 and over with complex psychosis and related severe mental health conditions. It aims to ensure people can have rehabilitation when they need it and promotes a positive approach to long-term recovery. It includes recommendations on organising rehabilitation services, assessment and care planning, delivering programmes and interventions, and meeting people’s physical healthcare needs.

The consultation will run until 5th February 2020 and the report is due to published in June 2020.

For more information see the full article.

Who is it for?
  • People using mental health services, their families and carers
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Social care practitioners and other practitioners providing public services for people with complex psychosis and related severe mental health conditions
  • Commissioners and providers of mental health services

This draft guideline contains:
  • the draft recommendations
  • recommendations for research
  • rationale and impact sections that explain why the committee made the recommendations and how they might affect practice.
  • the guideline context.

© NICE [2019] Rehabilitation in adults with complex psychosis and related severe mental health conditions. In development [GID-NG10092]. Expected publication date: 19 June 2020 Available from: See Link below. All rights reserved. Subject to Notice of rights
NICE guidance is prepared for the National Health Service in England. All NICE guidance is subject to regular review and may be updated or withdrawn. NICE accepts no responsibility for the use of its content in this product/publication.

The information provided by NICE was accurate at the time this article was issued.


Rehabilitation in adults with complex psychosis and related severe mental health conditions

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