Prevention Review: Landscape Paper25 November 2015
Examining prevention activity at different stages of the life course.
Fundamental Facts About Mental Health 201510 October 2015
The most comprehensive summary of mental health research, providing a unique handbook of key facts and figures, covering all key areas of mental health. Updated for World Mental Health Day in 2015.
World Mental Health Day 2015 Poster10 October 2015
We all have mental health, and stressful or transitional points in our lives can affect our wellbeing if we don't look after ourselves and receive the right support. This is our mental health across the lifespan.
Putting Mental Health on the Agenda6 October 2015
A manifesto for the Welsh National Assembly elections in 2016, launched with Gofal.
Fundamental Facts About Mental Health 2015: Executive Summary2 October 2015
A selection of our topline facts from 'Fundamental Facts About Mental Health 2015'.
A New Way Forward2 September 2015
A New Way Forward sets out our vision for a world with good mental health for all. Such a world would enable us to realise our potential, control our lives, and actively contribute to our communities and society.
Dementia, rights, and the social model of disability2 September 2015
This paper describes the social model of disability in relation to dementia, as well as national and international law that is informed by it or that it connects with. It goes on to describe tools that can be used to apply the model through policy, practice, service and community development.
Key points: Dementia, rights, and the social model of disability2 September 2015
Using the social model of disability has implications for the rights of people with dementia under the law, for disability discourse and public policy, and for how dementia is experienced and perceived by people with dementia and their carers, as well as how it is viewed and discussed in public.
A Better Understanding: Psychiatry's Social Contract2 July 2015
What is the nature of the 'contract' between psychiatry and society, and what responsibilities and expectations are there on both sides?