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Stern, J. Hard, E. Rock, B. (2015). Paradigms, politics and pragmatics: psychotherapy in primary care in City and Hackney – a new model for the NHS: Part 1: the historical, political and economic drivers behind the creation of the service. Psychoanal. Psychother., 29(2):117-138.

(2015). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 29(2):117-138

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Paradigms, politics and pragmatics: psychotherapy in primary care in City and Hackney – a new model for the NHS: Part 1: the historical, political and economic drivers behind the creation of the service

Julian Stern, Emily Hard and Brian Rock

The City and Hackney Primary Care Psychotherapy Consultation Service is an innovative, public sector service designed to support GPs in meeting the needs of patients with complex psychological/physical health issues throughout the London Boroughs of Hackney and the City. This paper provides an account of how this new model for the National Health Service (NHS) developed in the context of psychotherapy provision within the NHS, within the national and local context in the UK and gives an overview of some the service's key features and how it differs from other services operating in primary and secondary care. A linked paper, in this journal, explores the reality within which the service functions and describes clinical outcomes, health economic data, the modifications to the original model and prospects for the future.

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