Research and Evaluation (Wales)
The Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships (KESS II) programme supports Doctoral and Research Masters awards in Welsh Universities, jointly sponsored by external partners based in the Convergence areas of Wales.
Cancer patients left to cope with mental health problems alone11 April 2018,
Press release for the new report that outlines the negative mental health impacts of cancer, how effective support can be delivered, the barriers to support and the unmet mental health support needs, and recommendations for change.
Supporting the emotional and mental health needs of people with cancer12 April 2018
A report that looks into the negative mental health impacts of cancer, how effective support can be delivered, what the barriers and unmet mental health support needs are, and that offers recommendations for change.
Test your stress
See how stressed you are by taking our short test, using the evidence-based perceived stress scale (PSS).
Recovering from multiple bereavements through creative practice16 April 2018, Guest Blogger
How can arts and creative practices be used for mutual recovery? Paul Crawford tells his remarkable story of how he was mutually recovered.
Mental Health Foundation responds to Edinburgh University findings on depression17 April 2018,
We welcome new research that can help to inform our understanding of biological dimensions of depression, however it is important that we give equal significance and resources to funding and addressing the psychological and social causes.
Losing my mum to suicide
Gina tells the tragic story of losing her mum to suicide and how she's running the 2018 London Marathon for the Mental Health Foundation.
Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery: connecting communities for mental health and wellbeing20 April 2018,
The Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery (CPMR) programme offers a radical shift in vision in mental health, encouraging the forming of resilient communities of mutual hope, compassion and solidarity.
Jacqui's story: The Agoraphobic Traveller
Jacqui has agoraphobia but has managed to look after her mental health by pursuing her passion of travelling and photography in a remarkable way using Google Street View.
Ali's story: one year on from being admitted to a psychiatric ward
Ali was a doctor and was admitted to a psychiatric ward at the end of April 2017. One year on, she tells her story.