Profiles, reports, tools and data from the National Mental Health, Dementia and Neurology Intelligence network
These focus data packs are designed to inform commissioners about several spending programmes, including neurology.
Resources and datasets related to perinatal mental health.
Variation in numbers of people with psychosis and their access to care in England.
Data analysis of neurology hospital activity in England 2012 to 2015.
Data to help policy makers and commissioners deliver high-quality end of life care to people with dementia.
List of metrics, data sources and datasets relating to crisis care.
Maps showing the status of smoke free mental health hospital trusts.
List of resources and datasets related to neurological conditions.
Local level data on dementia and a resource signposting to datasets.
A guide to measuring the mental wellbeing of younger populations for public health commissioners.
Data analysis of outpatient neurology services in England.
Data from 2012/13 about provision of care for people with dementia
Data on suicide, associated prevalence, risks factors and contact with services
Disease classification codes used when processing data sets for neurological diseases and conditions in England
YouTube videos introducing the NMHDNIN and demonstrating how to use the profiling tools
Profiles with data about prevalence, high risk groups, and services provided for severe mental illness.
Data on prevalence, risk, health, social care and education with a focus on vulnerable children
Data on prevalence, risk, access, treatment and outcomes for substance misuse and mental health issues
Profiles with data about prevalence, high risk groups and services provided for common mental health disorders
Profiles with data about neurology services, emergency hospital admissions for common neurological conditions and a detailed analysis of an epilepsy care.
Profiles for each clinical commissioning group summarising data on mental health
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Webpage Last Updated: Tuesday, 25th August 2015