National Clinical Audit of Psychosis
2019 Second phase
The second phase of the audit is now underway, with a focus this time on Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) services. This phase will focus on the experience of people who use EIP services, and so this year the NCAP team will be carrying out a service-user survey in order to gather even more feedback to inform the audit.
Everyone who completes the survey will have the chance to enter a £100 prize draw, so make sure that you complete the postcard which accompanied your survey to be in with a chance to win!
For further information and support, you may find the following information sheets useful:
- FAQs for people using services
- Information guide for healthcare staff
- Information guide for Trusts/Health boards
- Information sheet for people using EIP services
If you cannot find what you’re looking for in the information guides above, then please do contact us either on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7840 3132/3088
What is psychosis?
Psychosis is a medical term used to describe hearing or seeing things that do not exist, or believing things that other people do not. Common examples include hearing voices or believing that people are trying to do you harm.
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What is an EIP team?
Early intervention in psychosis (EIP) team work with you the first time you have psychosis. The team will include staff that will have health or social care backgrounds and include psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, and psychologists.
Early Intervention Teams What is an EIP team?