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Mental Health Bulletin 2019-20 Annual report - Additional Analysis

Official statistics, Experimental statistics

Correction - metric 5a provider breakdowns only

A correction has been made to this publication in relation to the following provider breakdowns for metric 5a (number of admissions to NHS funded secondary mental health, learning disabilities and autism inpatient services) in the Mental Health Bulletin: 2019-20 Additional Analysis Machine Readable Data File:

  • IMD Quintiles
  • Ethnicity (Higher Level)
  • Gender &
  • Age Group (Higher Level)

No other information is affected by this issue. The corrected file is indicated by a version 2 (v2) suffix. NHS Digital apologises for any inconvenience caused.

22 July 2021 15:00 PM


This publication provides further breakdowns by geography and protected characteristics for a number of measures in the published Mental Health Bulletin 2019-20 Annual report. The contents of these files should be viewed alongside the main publication to add further granularity to some of the reported measures.

This report also includes an estimated change in the number of people in contact with secondary mental health learning disabilities and autism services.

All the analysis included in this publication can be found in the machine-readable data file and the supporting information report. Information you need to know about the quality of these statistics and how they can be interpreted can be found in the main Mental Health Bulletin 19-20 Annual Report.

Please note: This publication covers the 2019-20 reporting year and, as such, will feature the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in England; however, it is likely the impact of COVID-19 will be more evident in the 2020-21 publication as the national lockdown began on 23 March 2020.

  • The estimated change in the number of people known to be in contact with mental health or learning disabilities and autism services has risen by 2.4% between 2018-19 and 2019-20.  

Last edited: 22 July 2021 1:38 pm