The Recovery model has been proven to make patient wards safer and show strategies that protect vulnerable patients when being discharged, whilst it demonstrates how all parts of our health service can develop using the recovery initiatives in this book, including GPs, doctors, nurses and other staff throughout our wonderful NHS.
It discusses peer support aims and goals and how education plays a key role in assisting those patients in recovery to live better, more meaningful lives.
Throughout the book, there is evidence provided by IMRoc at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust as well as other NHS Trusts, including South West London, NHS Merseycare and St George’s Mental Health Trust, who were keen to contribute their findings also.
The book is of paramount importance to the future of our NHS, given the vast savings that the recovery initiatives provide and show what scope there is to reinvest dividends from each strategy employed.
It is also instrumental in providing ‘lessons learned’ for each and every part of the NHS that may benefit from all the findings provided so kindly by the aforementioned trusts.