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Understanding mental health needs of young people using the ambulance service

Young people tell us their lived experiences of using the ambulance service due to a mental health crisis in a recent evaluation called SEAMLESS. NSFT Research has launched a new short film about SEAMLESS on how we can better understand the mental health needs of young people using the ambulance service.

Despite the fact the ambulance service is on the front-line of providing mental health care for young people in crisis, there is a lack of evidence to guide best practice in this area. This film made by NSFT Research with East of England Ambulance service explains their evaluation, which will offer important insights to guide service development and future research.    

This project was funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Applied Research Collaboration East of England (ARC EoE) programme. To take part in research do go to Be a part of research.

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