Mental health outcome review programme team ‘highly commended’ in university awards

Published: 08 Sep 2015

The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide (NCISH) team, which delivers the Mental health outcome review programme for HQIP, has been ‘highly commended’ at the Manchester University’s Making a Difference Awards in the Outstanding Benefit to Society Through Research category.

This award recognises success in collaborative working, partnerships and knowledge exchange activities that have enabled Manchester research to deliver significant economic, social, health, environmental or quality of life benefits.

Find out more about the Mental health programme here >

The next annual report launch takes places on Wednesday 22 July 2015 at the Manchester Conference Centre (M1 3NJ) between 10am and 1pm. It will be chaired by Michael Buchanan, BBC Social Affairs Correspondent – who has keen interest in mental health care – and the guest speaker is Angela Samata, whose documentary ‘Life After Suicide’ was recently broadcast on BBC1.

The 2015 NCISH report will be presented by the award winning Professor Louis Appleby, Professor Jenny Shaw and Professor Nav Kapur, all of whom will be available to answer any questions regarding the findings.