What has 2016 meant for UK public mental health policy?22 December 2016,
It’s safe to say that 2016 won’t be forgotten any time soon, but underneath the Brexit-dominated headlines there were some important developments (both positive and negative) for public mental health across the UK.
Making a difference to young people and teenagers' mental health13 December 2016,
Fiorella Massey, blogs on the Royal College of Psychiatry Awards ceremony.
CQC report highlights failure to learn from tragic mistakes13 December 2016, Christine-Koulla Burke
Christine Burke responds to a report which says NHS investigations into patient deaths are inadequate.
Is it wrong to lie to a person with dementia?13 December 2016, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Antonis Kousoulis breaks down the findings of a major inquiry into dementia and truth-telling.
'Tis the season to be jolly9 December 2016, Emma Wilson
Emma Wilson shares her seven top coping strategies to use in the Christmas period, which many of us find difficult.
Listening to the voices of people with learning disabilities30 November 2016,
Some of us are lucky enough to experience times in our jobs when it doesn’t feel like work because we are having so much fun. One of these times in 2016 was when I spent time undertaking work for Health Education England working across Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
What advice would you give to someone lacking in motivation?21 November 2016, Stuart Hill
While we can all experience a lack of motivation, mental health problems can exacerbate this. We asked you for your top tips to overcome it.
ADHD: not just a childhood disorder?16 November 2016, Guest Blogger
Jessica Agnew-Blais, winner of the 2016 Janice Sinson Award, talks about her research into late-onset ADHD.
Mental health and the built environment15 November 2016, Millie Macdonald
Millie Macdonald looks at the effect of man-made surroundings on people's mental health and what we can do to improve this?
A snapshot of mental health in Scotland: turning the attention towards prevention9 November 2016, Guest Blogger
Policy volunteer Niamh Bergin shares her insights into the current state of mental health in Scotland.