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Mental Health Clinical Network

The Yorkshire and the Humber Mental Health Clinical Network was established in 2013 to develop a system wide approach to improved Mental Health Services support across Yorkshire and the Humber by delivering service transformation in line with national and local priorities and standards.

​Yorkshire and the Humber Mental Health Clinical Network are a quality improvement team funded centrally by NHS England and part of the wider Yorkshire and the Humber Clinical Networks. ​

The Mental Health Clinical Network was established to develop and improve mental health service provision in Yorkshire and the Humber.

They support delivery of the core clinical programmes within the Long Term Plan and the Mental Health Implementation Plan 2019/20 - 2023/24 (the Implementation Plan) by connecting commissioners, providers, professionals, patients and the public across pathways of care with the aim of improving health outcomes.​ This is achieved by sharing best practice and innovation, assessing and benchmarking quality and outcomes and driving improvement where required, through targeted support.​

As a network we are aware of the significant healthcare challenges that mental ill health and dementia conditions at present and acknowledge there is still much to be done to improve clinical outcomes and experience for patients and their families and carers.

We aim to reduce variation, sharing best practice and innovation, assessing and benchmarking quality and outcomes and driving improvement where required, through targeted support. ​