In 2009, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) sought views on developing a strategy for its work on mental health for the next three to five years. Specifically, they asked:What are the priority areas for improvement in mental health?

  • How can CQC best make an impact in relation to these areas? What should they do?
  • When should CQC tackle these issues?
  • What would success look like?
  • How should CQC involve people who use services and their families and carers in developing, implementing and monitoring the strategy?

UMHAN responded to ensure consideration for the needs of people with mental health difficulties who are in Higher Education. This response, prepared by Sarah Ashworth for and on behalf of UMHAN, can be downloaded as a PDF.

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