Resources – Remote Consultations in Mental Health – Learning from Evaluation

Covid-19 led to a rapid shift in how mental health services were delivered. Our Remote Consultations in Mental Health – Learning from Evaluation project seeks to understand what these changes have meant for service users and health professionals.


Use the links below to access and download the latest reports, resources and publications associated with our mental health remote consultations evaluation project. This page will be updated regularly.




    • Read “Telemental Health Top Tips for Clinicians“, a summary of key recommendations around successfully delivering telemental care, produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Research Mental Health Policy Research Unit
    • Access an appointment survey designed to help evaluate the use of remote consultations in NHS Trusts, designed by King’s College London and South London and Maudsley NHS Trust.
    • Read “Staying Connected“, guidance on remote working including decision making tools, learning and case studies produced by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
    • Read the “Guidance for Using Online Therapeutic Intervention.” Guidelines to help practitioners provide better support to parents and children accessing mental health services online. Produced by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Applied Research Collaboration, Kent Surrey and Sussex.


    Service User and Carer Resources

    • Download and share a printable project poster for service user and carer audiences, introducing the project and providing information on how to get involved.



    • Read our blog on ‘The importance of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in healthcare research and transformation’ here.

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