BPS and Nuffield Health join forces to integrate physical and emotional health in a non-clinical setting

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The MoC sees both parties commit to identify and deliver a model of best practice for integrating physical and emotional health care in fitness and wellbeing clubs.

Nuffield Health are a leading not-for-profit healthcare organisation who run a network of hospitals, medical clinics, fitness and wellbeing clubs and diagnostic units across the UK, where the model of integrated care will be piloted after its development through a joint working group.

Sarb Bajwa, Chief Executive of the BPS, said:

“We are excited to be entering into this partnership with Nuffield Health. Through our combined expertise we hope to discover an effective model which will support the treatment of emotional wellbeing conditions in non-clinical settings.”

Following the pilot, we will work with Nuffield Health to conduct a full review of the findings and make recommendations for further development.

The British Psychological Society (BPS) has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) with Nuffield Health.
Friday, January 25, 2019
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Sarb Bajwa and Steve Gray sign the Memorandum of Cooperation
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