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  1. 16 January 2018

    Mental health still losing out in NHS funding, report finds

    This article was taken from: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jan/16/mental-health-still-losing-out-in-nhs-funding-report-finds By Denis Campbell Health policy editor King’s Fund says physical health services are still getting bigger budgets, five years after ministers promised ‘parity of esteem’ Mental health care providers continue to receive far smaller budget increases than hospitals, five years after ministers pledged to create “parity of esteem” between NHS mental and
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  2. 16 January 2018

    Mental health trusts struggling with staffing 'on a daily basis'

    This article was taken from: https://www.nursingtimes.net/news/workforce/mental-health-trusts-struggling-with-staffing-on-a-daily-basis/7022819.article By NICOLA MERRIFIELDDeputy news editor NHS mental health trusts are struggling to staff services on a daily basis, with some regularly resorting to using healthcare assistants in place of registered nurses, a new report by a think-tank has found. The King’s Fund think-tank said the lack of available mental health staff
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