Lived Experience Feedback - General Adult Mental Health Secondary Care Pathway Review

Closed 29 Feb 2024

Opened 25 Jan 2024

Feedback expected 30 Apr 2024

Results updated 13 May 2024



The three Health and Social Care Partnerships (HSCPs) across Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray are reviewing secondary care services within the Grampian adult mental health pathway. This will be completed by March 2024. The purpose of this review is to discover and agree on re-design improvements for residents, and opportunities to improve efficiency and strengthen governance. Any changes to this pathway will be to support our alignment with the Scottish Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

The Scottish Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy, published in June 2023, lays out the 'long-term vision and approach to improving the mental health and wellbeing of everyone in Scotland'.

See the related documents below.

Why your views matter

Your first-hand experience of adult mental health secondary care services is very important, and we welcome your feedback on these services. It can help us to recognise opportunities to improve our services, to better serve our residents. We will review your feedback and gather key information that could support positive change; it will then become part of a report.

We will not ask for any personal information and any feedback you give us will be kept anonymised.  We will not keep data as it will be used for evaluation only.

What happens next

We will post the final report, when approved, onto this Citizen Space link in April 2024.


  • Anyone from any background


  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Mental Health