The Mental Health Clinical Outcome Review Programme is delivered by the National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Illness (NCISH). The inquiry examines cases of suicide for people who died by suicide and who had been in contact with secondary and specialist mental health services in the previous 12 months. The findings are presented in an annual report and published via both the HQIP and NCISH websites
The inquiry also conducts one-to-two additional studies a year in specific topic areas. Study topics are selected through an open submission process and anyone is invited to submit proposals for consideration as possible forthcoming studies. The next topic-specific reports to be published will be:
• alcohol and drug report (2024)
Additional information on all HQIP-commissioned projects is available on the NHS Trusts page, which includes the recommendations repository, infographics compendium, 9 month publication schedule, impact report, and National Clinical Audit and Enquiries Directory. For further information about this project, please contact the project team directly using the contact details listed in the ‘Supplier Info’ section above.
Data collected on behalf of HQIP by all NCAPOP projects is routinely reported and these reports are available in the ‘Latest resources’ section. The reported data is also placed on the data.gov.uk website.
For regularly updated dynamic reporting of audit data, follow the link in the HQIP Directory in the column called ‘Link to dynamic reporting’.
For details of how to apply for data that is not in the public domain for this project, please use the contact details listed in the ‘Supplier Info’ section above.
Details of the contracts that HQIP awards are available at: www.gov.uk/contracts-finder.
HQIP has recently been contacted by Rehab4Addiction, who provide guidance to assist those directly suffering from drug and alcohol addiction or their family members. For further information please contact visit: https://www.rehab4addiction.co.uk
If you are in a crisis or feel suicidal you can seek help via your GP, local hospital, or telephone helpline service. To find out more about the resources available to you, please click here.