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Writing exclusively for Mental Health Today Dr Kate Lovett, Dean and chief academic officer of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, says that a more robust mental health frontline service is required to increase access to therapy, and to meet the challenges posed by Covid-19 and its interrelated crises.
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Average CTO duration in South London is four times longer than govenment projections
In the first large, observational study with a control group in England and Wales, research funded by the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre has found that Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) are associated with an increased risk of readmission as well as increased time spent in psychiatric hospitals, contrary to results from previous uncontrolled studies.