This hub is for commissioners, providers and stakeholders to better understand health intelligence to improve services and achieve the best outcomes for local communities
Better access to data and information leads to better decisions. The Mental Health Intelligence Network (NMHIN) brings together data already collected around mental health and wellbeing.
Our themes are common mental health problems, severe mental illness, children and young people, wellbeing and co-existing mental health issues and addictions and suicide prevention. The themes are developed and overseen by expert reference groups in each area drawn from clinical, service user, carer, voluntary sector and national agency experts and representatives.
Provides data to support health and wellbeing boards and others interested in producing local mental health joint strategic needs assessments (JSNAs). It will form part of a JSNA toolkit to be published in May 2017.
Shows data on suicide, related risk factors and related service contacts for every local authority in England, to help them in their plans to prevent suicide.
Variation in numbers of people with psychosis and their access to care in England.
Metrics and datasets on mental health crisis care.
Data on suicide, associated prevalence, risks factors and contact with services.
Watch a demonstration of how to use our profiling tools by Cam Lugton, head of intelligence for the NMHIN.
Webpage Last Updated: Thursday, 30th March 2017