Why now is not the time to stop raising awareness about mental health21 September 2017, Isabella Goldie
Suggestions that there is too much awareness of mental health are sorely misguided.
Learning disability and dementia: ensuring wellbeing and inclusive communities19 September 2017, Christine-Koulla Burke
Millie Macdonald and Christine Burke look at how we can enable people with a learning disability and dementia to live well.
Preventing suicide: Supporting those who don't reach out directly for help8 September 2017, Mark Rowland
Statistics can tell us a lot. They tell us that in the last recorded year (2016), 5,688 people died by suicide in Britain. But statistics don’t tell us everything.
Cancer and mental health: the public health challenge1 September 2017, Dr Claire Niedzwiedz
Claire Niedzwiedz urges more work to address the link between cancer and mental ill health.
Digital mental health: developing technology to meet needs29 August 2017,
What are the issues around mental health support? And can technology be a distraction?
Austerity, Brexit and equal protections across the UK25 August 2017,
Iris Elliott looks at the UN Disability Committee's scrutiny of the UK's record on rights of people with disabilities.
Mental illness robs you of memories – photos bring them back19 August 2017, Chris O'Sullivan
Chris O'Sullivan discusses his passion for photography and how it has helped him with his mental ill health.
Welcoming a landmark day for mental health research18 August 2017,
Iris Elliott lauds the UK Research Councils intent to widen cross-disciplinary research for mental health.
Motherhood, friendship and mental health: Tips from those in the know4 August 2017, Rachael Hood
Rachael Hood chats to four new mums about the importance of friendship for their mental health.
Recognising the scale of the mental health crisis might be the very thing that brings about its solution31 July 2017,
We need to stop assuming that good mental health throughout a lifetime is the norm, argues James Harris.