Our News In 2018

It has been an exciting and busy year that has seen us rebrand from Maudsley International CIC to Implemental Worldwide CIC, ‘Implemental’ for short.  The team are very excited about our new name as it reflects our strong focus on implementation.  While our name may have changed, our company ethos and mission remain the same.  Our strong focus on relationships and coproduction with our clients and collaborators is unchanged.



We were delighted to have worked with Paul Farmer from Mind as the research partner in the development of the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) report into Anxiety and Depression, “A Whole System Approach” .  This report was presented in November at the WISH Summit in Doha.  The report highlights the treatment gap and the business case for action at a political level.  It demonstrates that there are cost effective evidence based interventions that can be applied and the vital role technology can play in achieving scalability.  Read the WISH report.


Implemental has continued our strong collaborative relationships in Australia to deliver population wellbeing capacity building programmes.  We look forward to continuing this collaboration in 2019.  

International Training

Together with our partners at SLaM, we have collaborated with the Hospital Authority in Hong Kong to deliver a Learn and Observe Programme on complex care and psychiatric rehabilitation.  We are looking forward to welcoming colleagues from Hong Kong in 2019 where we will be delivering four Learn and Observe Programmes in the areas of CAMHS, Psychiatric Liaison & Crisis Resolution, Home Treatment and Early Intervention.


During the year we partnered with GFA (a German consultancy company) to submit a tender to deliver a pilot programme in the Ukraine for the development of community mental health services.  We were thrilled to learn in November that the tender had been successful.  This programme represents a long-term commitment by the Swiss Agency for Development and Co-operation (SDC) to drive meaningful change within Ukraine’s mental health care system.  The focus will be on moving towards greater provision of mental health services within community settings.  Implemental is pleased to be supporting the delivery of this complex but incredibly important programme.  


Closer to home, we have been working with our King’s Improvement Science colleagues conducting a co-produced or ‘participatory’ evaluation of the Lambeth Living Well Network Hub with Hub staff and Peer Interns. Our methodology emphasises capacity building and using data to drive improvement through a cycle of review and action planning and we are hoping to continue our work with the Lambeth Living Well Alliance during 2019.

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