What the NHS Long Term Plan means for mental healthcare
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What the NHS Long Term Plan means for mental healthcare

Nick Evans Health writer

While the goals are welcomed, leading healthcare figures have concerns about how the ambitious health service proposals will be realised

Mental health services are such a priority in the NHS Long Term Plan that prime minister Theresa May felt confident enough to predict the health service would become a ‘world leader’ off the back of it.

Mental Health Practice. 22, 2, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/mhp.22.2.8.s6

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