The findings of the MUS care package pilot trial have now been published in the British Journal of General Practice Open peer reviewed journal
For DMP AND BPT practitioners
ELFT has been shortlisted in the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards
Increase MUS patient satisfaction through adequate treatment, signposting and care
Deliver integrated care package incorporating best practice points from primary and secondary care
Improve engagement techniques between clinical professionals and MUS patients
Reduce the intensity and frequency of somatic complaints and improve functioning in somatising patients
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'“Overall the evidence shows that it is an effective service which can be run with minimal administrative costs and provide something, which is not available” GP lead
Care was delivered in a “one-stop-shop” fashion in GP surgeries including the following steps: Identification, Assessment, Engagement and Group Interventions – Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Body Oriented Interventions ... Read more>>