OPEN's Contribution to the Women's Health Strategy (England) Call for Evidence16 August 2021,
Several weeks ago on the International Day of Action on Women's Health we asked those of our OPEN members who are women living in England to tell us about your views and experiences, to inform our submission to the government’s Women’s Health Strategy (England) Call for Evidence.
Removing hierarchies and working across professions – is this the future of the systematic review?6 August 2021,
Removing hierarchies and working across professions – is this the future of the systematic review? How one Partnership working model has made researchers think again.
Blog - Dr David Crepaz‑Keay and Heather Lewis talk about the mental health stresses and strains that affect our top-flight athletes, as well as you and me.4 August 2021,
Dr David Crepaz‑Keay, Head of Applied Learning and Heather Lewis, Project Manager and Independent Elite Athlete Lifestyle Coach, talk about the mental health stresses and strains that affect our top-flight athletes, as well as you and me.
Blog: Mind Over Mirror - Facing my mirror21 July 2021,
Tyra opens up to you about her relationship with her skin and how this affects her mental health.
Covid Response Programme (CRP) launched in Scotland8 July 2021,
Covid Response Programme (CRP) launched in Scotland
Claire Fleming - Communications and marketing Manager (Scotland and Northern Ireland)
Blog - Toni Giugliano talks about Pride, being gay and the effects on his mental health29 June 2021,
Pride is both a celebration of what has been achieved and a rally for the fights yet to be won – both at home and abroad.
But despite civil rights advances across the world, this Pride month has been one of the most confrontational of the past 20 years, with considerable pushback...
Mental Health Awareness Week at OLSM Primary School in Abergavenny in Wales8 June 2021,
Mental Health Awareness Week was a big hit for schools around the UK. Here we find out what OLSM Primary School in Abergavenny in Wales got up to during the week.
Why nature was the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 20218 April 2021, Mark Rowland
Our Chief Executive explains why we chose 'nature' as the theme for this year's Mental Health Awareness Week 2021.
Joint statement by Chair of Trustees and CEO – The Mental Health Foundation’s commitments on race and diversity7 April 2021, Aisha Sheikh-Anene Mark Rowland
Following the murder of George Floyd, people all around the world recognised afresh that fundamental change was still needed across society if we are to realise a future that was more equal and equitable.
That is why it was so disappointing that the...
What next for the future of health security in the UK?24 March 2021, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
The Mental Health Foundation responds to today’s proposals for the new UK Health Security Agency
Whatever the intent, the proposal announced today for the future of Health Security in England will result in a more fragmented system. We are losing a...