Data and Statistics

What the numbers say about Touchstone?

Annual Information Report 2015/16  Often service users come up to me describing what great services Touchstone provides. This always brings a big smile to my face.  However I also recognise such comments may be subjective in nature. Certainly nothing wrong with this as feedback from service users provides a very useful insight into whether we are providing a quality service. By adding data and intelligence to the mix you will

2020-04-17T10:17:11+01:0011th July 2016|Blog, Data and Statistics, Feedback|

Four out of ten adults have experienced mental health problems. Findings from a new national survey about mental health.

John Halsall from the Community Development Service presents the second in a series of data blogs - examining the meaning behind reports and statistics from various sources. You can read his first blog here.   In January 2016 the Health & Social Care Information Centre published two chapters in the Health Survey for England, 2014: Chapter 2: Mental health problems Chapter 3: Attitudes towards mental illness This short article highlights

2020-04-17T10:09:31+01:0012th February 2016|Blog, Data and Statistics, Research|

World Statistic Day – Ethnicity Recording

In the Community Development Service here at Touchstone we aim to achieve a greater understanding and ownership of mental health issues facing Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in Leeds. For World Statistics Day on 20th October, John Halsall, Community Health Development Analyst,  has written the first in a series of data blogs. Please take a few minutes to take a look Mental health services do not report ethnicity for one in eight

2020-04-17T10:06:52+01:0020th October 2015|Blog, Data and Statistics, Diversity, Research|