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Health & Justice

WE ARE TAKING THE LEAD IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW APPROACHES FOR THE HEALTH & JUSTICE SYSTEMS

Improving services for people with multiple and complex problems caught in the revolving door

Our team is uniquely placed to understand the needs of commissioners . We provide them with support based on the powerful combination of robust evidence drawn from lived experience along with the proven track record of our team members from a strategic and commissioning perspective.

This complete package of relevant research and hands-on expertise provides real-world solutions that are currently helping commissioners to transform lives across England.

Our track record

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Offender Health Collaborative

Revolving Doors is a founder partner of the Offender Health Collaborative. We co-developed the original liaison and diversion model.
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Lived Experience Team

As part of our work supporting NHS England, we have developed an innovative model that is impacting national-level decision making.
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The Big Diversion Project

We undertook a comprehensive analysis of the liaison and diversion services already available in the North East region.
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Lived experience and peer research

We're partnering with academics and sharing the insights of people with lived experience to develop workable real-world solutions.
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Peer research in prisons

This has been carried out by our Experts by Experience service users to support the improvement of health needs assessments.
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Co-produced consultations

Our co-produced consultations for both Public Health England and NHS England on police custody healthcare and dual diagnosis guidelines.

Sitting on expert reference groups

We are a member of the Expert Reference Group for NICE guidelines on Achieving Better Access to Mental Health Services. In particular we have been looking at emergency care responses from police and emergency services. The aim is to get better patient outcomes by establishing consistent guidelines across national systems. This is just one example of the groups we have been part of.

Supporting commissioners to develop their service specifications in the South West

We have carried out prisoner consultations in HMP Exeter, Dartmoor and Channings Wood as well as community consultations with recently released prisoners. These examined priorities for healthcare, unearthed good practice and highlighted key concerns about social care needs and the use of NPS (Spice). Throughout this work we identified a strong desire for heightened level of offender and ex-offender involvement. As a result of our work, service user involvment has been made a specific focus in the service specifications for these prisons.

Find out how we could help you look at your services in new ways

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