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During the World Government Summit, which was held in Dubai on 10th February, David Clark joined a panel to discuss mental health. David talked about the English Improving Access to Psychological Treatment (IAPT) programme that started in 2008 and is transforming the treatment of anxiety disorders and depression.

You can watch the session here

To mark 10 years of the IAPT programme David has written a blog for the NHS

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