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NICE backs trial of online and mobile depression programme

NICE backs trial of online and mobile depression programme

Deprexis will now undergo a two-year trial as part of NHS England’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme.

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    NHS England's cognitive behavioural programme Improving Access to Psychological Therapies ( IAPT) in particular is tipped to benefit from the briefings, as the NICE-evaluated apps grow to establish a foundation

  • More money for talking therapies to target mental health

    The NHS will be given £170m to set-up the improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) programme and recruit 3, 600 extra staff. ... With government ministers hoping to decrease the number of people on incapacity benefit and raise the level of

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