Spending gap putting pressure on mental health services

Mental health workers are under pressure as the spending gap between NHS mental health services and NHS acute hospitals widened last year, according to a report by The King’s Fund. The number of nurses has fallen 13% since 2009, with one in 10 specialist mental health posts unfulfilled. While 84% of mental health trusts received…

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