Functional assessments in the UK social security system: the experiences of claimants with mental health conditions

@article{Pybus2020FunctionalAI,
  title={Functional assessments in the UK social security system: the experiences of claimants with mental health conditions},
  author={Katie Pybus and K. Pickett and C. Lloyd and S. Prady and E. Wilkinson},
  journal={Journal of Social Policy},
  year={2020},
  volume={50},
  pages={305 - 322}
}
Abstract Eligibility for health-related income benefits in the United Kingdom is now determined through the use of functional assessments conducted by healthcare professionals. Claimant satisfaction with both Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Work Capability Assessments (WCA) has been mixed and concerns have been raised that mental health conditions are not well-understood in this context, but academic research has so far been limited. Individuals with a range of common mental disorders… Expand

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