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Treatment options for various mental health concerns

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Dear Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust,

I am writing to request the following information for the calendar
year between 1st January 2013 and 1st January 2014:

The total number of outpatients diagnosed with the following
conditions:

· Mild to moderate depression
· General anxiety disorder
· Stress

Furthermore, I would like receive information for:

The total number of the above for each condition who were
prescribed, issued or recommended the following as a result of
their condition:

· Referral to a specific individual or group therapy programme such
as cognitive behavioural therapy

· Prescription drugs (see below)

· Referral to a specific individual or group exercise programme
such as 12-week GP referral schemes

· Information and advice about getting active for mental wellbeing

Where the option to refer to one of the above was not available
(for example, if a specific exercise programme does not exist for
each condition’s pathway in the local area, please include this
acknowledgement).

Where more than one option was offered, please include ‘1’ entry
for each pathway offered (for example, where a patient
demonstrating anxiety disorder was offered both prescription drugs
and active lifestyle advice please include ‘1’ entry for each).

Where prescription drugs were offered, please specify which drug
was offered for each patient from the list below:

· Benzodiazepines
· Pregabalin
· Serotonin and noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors
· Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors
· Valium
· Other antidepressants
· Other medication

I would appreciate if the information was set out in the following
format. For example:

· Number of outpatient appointments with the following conditions:

o Mild to moderate depression – 75 outpatients
o General anxiety disorder – 68 outpatients
o Stress – 92 outpatients

· Number of outpatients for each condition referred to a specific
individual or group therapy programme such as cognitive behavioural
therapy –

o Mild to moderate depression – 35 outpatients
o General anxiety disorder – 22 outpatients
o Stress – 38 outpatients

· Number outpatients for each condition offered the following
prescription drugs:

o Mild to moderate depression

§ Benzodiazepines – 2 outpatients
§ Pregabalin – 4 outpatients
§ Serotonin and noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors – 3 outpatients
§ Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors - 0 outpatients
§ Valium – 14 outpatients
§ Other antidepressants - 8 outpatients
§ Other medication - 5 outpatients

o General anxiety disorder

§ Benzodiazepines – 0 outpatients
§ Pregabalin – 2 outpatients
§ Serotonin and noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors – 1 outpatients
§ Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors - 0 outpatients
§ Valium – 9 outpatients
§ Other antidepressants - 7 outpatients
§ Other medication - 3 outpatients

o Stress

§ Benzodiazepines – 6 outpatients
§ Pregabalin – 7 outpatients
§ Serotonin and noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors – 10 outpatients
§ Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors - 15 outpatients
§ Valium – 7 outpatients
§ Other antidepressants - 8 outpatients
§ Other medication - 5 outpatients

· Number of outpatients referred to a specific individual or group
exercise programme such as 12-week GP referral schemes

o Mild to moderate depression – 12 outpatients
o General anxiety disorder – 5 outpatients
o Stress – 7 outpatients

· Number of outpatients offered information and advice about
getting active for mental wellbeing

o Mild to moderate depression – 34 outpatients
o General anxiety disorder – 28 outpatients
o Stress – 37 outpatients

Yours faithfully,

Jamie Smith

Paul, Diana,

1 Attachment

Please see attached acknowledgement of your requet

 

Diana Paul

Personal Assistant to:-

John Harrop    Director of Strategy, Transformation & Performance

JS Bamrah       Medical Director

Tracy Ellery     Director of Finance

 

Tel: 0161 882 1381

Fax: 0161 882 1090

 

Where People Matter Most

 

You have the chance to shape the future of mental healthcare in Manchester
by becoming a member of our Trust.  For more information visit:
[1]www.mhsc.nhs.uk/ft or telephone: 0161 277 1222.

 

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and are intended solely for the intended addressee. If you receive this
email in error please notify the sender immediately and permanently delete
it.

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Trust in accordance with current regulations.

This e-mail message has been swept for the presence of computer viruses
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opening messages and attachments.

The opinions expressed in this email represent the views of the sender,
not Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust unless explicitly
stated. As a public body, the Trust may be required to disclose this email
and/or any response under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 unless the
information in the email and/or any response is covered by one of the
exemptions in the Act.

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Paul, Diana,

1 Attachment

Please see attached response to your enquiry

 

Diana Paul

Personal Assistant to:-

John Harrop    Director of Strategy, Transformation & Performance

JS Bamrah       Medical Director

Tracy Ellery     Director of Finance

 

Tel: 0161 882 1381

Fax: 0161 882 1090

 

Where People Matter Most

 

You have the chance to shape the future of mental healthcare in Manchester
by becoming a member of our Trust.  For more information visit:
[1]www.mhsc.nhs.uk/ft or telephone: 0161 277 1222.

 

     Truthfulness Respect Understanding Standards Togetherness

 

DISCLAIMER: This e-mail and any attached files are confidential
and are intended solely for the intended addressee. If you receive this
email in error please notify the sender immediately and permanently delete
it.

This e-mail may be monitored by Manchester Mental Health and Social Care
Trust in accordance with current regulations.

This e-mail message has been swept for the presence of computer viruses
currently known to the
Trust, however the recipient is responsible for virus-checking before
opening messages and attachments.

The opinions expressed in this email represent the views of the sender,
not Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust unless explicitly
stated. As a public body, the Trust may be required to disclose this email
and/or any response under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 unless the
information in the email and/or any response is covered by one of the
exemptions in the Act.

References

Visible links
1. http://www.mhsc.nhs.uk/ft

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