Kate is the Policy Intern for the Mental Health Foundation in Scotland.
With a Masters in Health Inequalities and Public Policy, and having worked on mental health research projects in Nepal and in refugee camps in Greece, Kate has a particular interest in the structural...
Universal Credit: getting it right for mental health1 November 2017, Kate Hughes
Universal Credit has great potential to improve mental health, says Kate Hughes, but the roll-out is currently doing the opposite.
Samantha is the Communications Intern for the Mental Health Foundation in Scotland.
Samantha’s role at the foundation is to keep the Scotland section of the website up to date, update the Scotland branch’s Twitter and provide communications assistance to the foundation’s...
Rachel's story: Being a young mum
Young mums are at increased risk of isolation and depression - Rachel shares her story of the difficulties she's faced and overcome.
Senior Communications Officer, Future Pathways
Fiona is the Senior Communications Officer for the Future Pathways project in Scotland.
Her responsibilities include promoting the project to the public and other stakeholders through a wide range of communication...
Nicola Sturgeon talks to us about the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival8 November 2017, Guest Blogger
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon talks to us about the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.
The life expectancy of people with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia
This episode discusses themes around the paper: 'Mortality gap for people with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia'.
Our response to the 2017 Autumn Budget22 November 2017,
The Mental Health Foundation responds to Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2017 Autumn Budget.