Hidden in plain sight: dementia and learning disability26 April 2018
Depite people with learning disabilities being more likely to get dementia - they are barely visible in government dementia policy.
Dr Chiara Lombardo
Senior Research Officer (Qualitative)
Chiara's work focuses on projects on the prevention of depression in primary care. Chiara holds a fellowship in Global Public Mental Health from the University of East London.
She previously worked for the University of Cambridge and for NIHR CLACHR East of England, where...
Jade works on a range of research and evaluation projects at the Mental Health Foundation, providing research skills and support to the team.
Previously, Jade worked as an analyst and research consultant at the children's charity Coram, and as a freelance researcher at the...
Policy and Research Officer (Digital)
Clare works on critical issues related to both policy development and the effectiveness of e-mental health interventions currently being developed across Europe and the UK.
A significant part of her role concerns the product development strand of the European eMEN project,...
Policy and Research Assistant (Digital)
Harriet is working on the increasing prominence of digital mental health within the Mental Health Foundation, and coordinates aspects of the European eMEN project, aiming to increase uptake of digital technology for the prevention and treatment in mental health.
My stress footprint3 May 2018, Mark Rowland
Read Mark's story about tracing his stress footprint: he asks family and friends to share what stress he causes them, how often it happens, and how he can act differently in the future. Could you join in and trace yours?
Mental health and physical activity in Northern Ireland1 May 2018, Jade Yap
Jade Yap looks at the evidence around mental health and exercise, and describes our new project on mental health and physical activity in Northern Ireland.
Foundation responds to Scottish government suicide prevention consultation3 May 2018,
The draft Suicide Prevention Action Plan represents an opportunity for Scotland to become a world leader again in suicide prevention.
Mental Health Foundation calls for new national body to drive suicide prevention in Scotland3 May 2018,
Existing structures are no longer fit for purpose. The lack of support for bereaved families is an injustice
Foundation responds to Scottish government loneliness consultation4 May 2018,
Research conducted by the Mental Health Foundation has shown that loneliness is one of the leading public health challenges of our time - it can be as damaging to health as smoking 15 cigarettes per day. Loneliness can contribute to a wide range of mental health issues such as stress, anxiety,...