Advisory groups

We have four advisory groups for the review. They are:

Law and Policy Advisory Group

This group helps us to get evidence about the law and human rights.

Notes from the Law and Policy Advisory Group: Cycle 1 (PDF)

Notes from the Law and Policy Advisory Group: Cycle 2 (PDF)

Care and Treatment Advisory Group

The group helps us to get evidence on care and treatment. This includes evidence about how medicines are used and about the role of psychology.

Notes from the Care and Treatment Advisory Group: Cycle 1 (PDF)

Notes from the Care and Treatment Advisory Group: Cycle 2 (PDF)

Criminal Justice and Mental Health Advisory Group

This group helps us to get evidence about how the mental health act and the criminal justice system interact.

Notes from the Criminal Justice and Mental Health Advisory Group: Cycle 1 (PDF)

Notes from the Criminal Justice and Mental Health Advisory Group: Cycle 2(PDF)

Communication and Engagement Advisory Group

This group helps us to decide how to communicate and engage with people about the review. This includes thinking about what tools to use so that people can tell us their experiences.

Notes from the Communication and Engagement Advisory Group: Cycle 1 (PDF)

Notes from the Communication and Engagement Advisory Group: Cycle 2 (PDF)

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Advisory Group Members

Advisors give us advice about what evidence we need, how to get evidence and how to communicate and engage with people. Advisors are individual experts, they do not represent a profession or an organisation.

Each advisory group has six advisors. There are three professional advisors and three lived experience advisors.