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Going the extra mile

  • Chris Fear (a1), Mark Scheepers (a1), Martin Ansell (a1), Rosemary Richards (a1) and Paul Winterbottom (a1)...
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Stephen Tyrer's commentary on Fair Horizons was generally supportive of the principles underpinning the model, while offering a number of questions and caveats. In this response, we provide responses to the points made and offer further insights into the practicalities of the Fair Horizons model.

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This is an Open Access article, distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted re-use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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Chris Fear (chris.fear@glos.nhs.uk)
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This is the authors' response to Stephen Tyrer's commentary1 on their original paper, Psychiatrist 2012; 36: 25–30.

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1 Tyrer, SP. An innovative service but will it work in practice? Commentary on … Fair Horizons. Psychiatrist 2012; 36: 30–1.
2 Forsyth, K, Melton, J, Shute, R, Clee, S, Fear, C, Freeth, D. Flight Gate: Supporting Practice Development. 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2010.
3 Department of Health. Clustering Booklet for Use in Mental Health Payment by Results Evaluation Work. Department of Health, 2009.
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Going the extra mile

  • Chris Fear (a1), Mark Scheepers (a1), Martin Ansell (a1), Rosemary Richards (a1) and Paul Winterbottom (a1)...
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