Tackling poverty and mental health – what we know and what we can do10 August 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Poverty is both a cause and consequence of mental ill health. Iris Elliott explores the links.
Is singing good news for care homes?3 August 2016, Guest Blogger
Evan Dawson explains Live Music Now's project to create a choir in every care home.
Everyone's a loser: mental health and loss2 August 2016,
Toby Williamson talks about the effect of loss on our mental health after a Heads Together campaign featuring Prince Harry.
Taking control: money and mental health1 August 2016, Guest Blogger
Helen Undy looks at the often cyclical link between money worries and mental ill health.
Preventing mental ill health: time to take action26 July 2016, Isabella Goldie
If we are to rise to the challenge of reducing the prevalence of mental health problems, we need to be stepping in at particular pressure points, says Isabella Goldie.
Mental Health should be at the heart of Northern Ireland’s Programme for Government21 July 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliott explains why mental health should be at the heart of Northern Ireland's Programme for Government.
Prevention must be front and centre of the mental health transformation agenda19 July 2016, Jenny Edwards, CBE
Jenny Edwards is disappointed about the lack of focus on prevention in the mental health transformation agenda.
Strengthening the evidence base for UK mental health charities19 July 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliott looks at the importance of and challenges related to improving the evidence base in mental health.
Assembly calls on health minister to progress mental health champion18 July 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliott blogs on Northern Ireland's move towards appointing a mental health champion.
Arts, mental health and social justice in New Haven, Connecticut15 July 2016, Gail Aldam
Gail Aldam reflects on her recent trip when she spent a month working in the Programme for Recovery and Community Health at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, in the United States.