National Audit of Psychological Therapies: Reports from 2011 & 2013

Reports | Published: 01 Jan 2011

Former HQIP commissioned programme

The National Audit of Psychological Therapies (NAPT) was commissioned in England and Wales between 2012 – 2014 as part of the centrally-funded National Clinical Audit and Patient Outcomes Programme (NCAPOP). It was managed by the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI). The audit aimed to evaluate and improve the quality of treatment and care received by people with anxiety and depression.

View reports from 2011 & 2013 below

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National Audit of Psychological Therapies: Reports from 2011 & 2013