The Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales: A New Health Policy Landscape for Wales?30 January 2018, Millie Macdonald
Millie Macdonald analyses the Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales and what it means for mental health.
New delivery programme in Wales is welcomed but how will its impact be measured?13 October 2016,
Emily Wooster is impressed with Wales's new delivery plan for mental health but says its success must be measured properly.
Mental health in Wales: fundamental facts10 October 2016
This report provides an overview of key facts and statistics on mental health in Wales.
Cysylltiadau yn y 21ain ganrif: sylfaen angof iechyd meddwl a lles16 May 2016
Cysylltiadau (perthynas) yw un o’r agweddau pwysicaf yn ein bywydau, ond eto gallwn yn aml anghofio pa mor bwysig yw ein cysylltiadau gyda phobl eraill i’n hiechyd corfforol a meddyliol a’n lles.
How will mental health and wellbeing policy be addressed in Wales over the next Assembly term?4 May 2016,
Emily Wooster looks at the particular challenges that the Mental Health Foundation wants the next Welsh Government to address.
Gofal and the Mental Health Foundation launch joint manifesto for the Welsh Assembly elections6 October 2015,
A joint manifesto with Gofal for the National Assembly elections in 2016.
Peer support - a Call to Arms25 September 2012, David Crepaz-Keay
It can take many forms but what makes it peer support, and what makes it work is that the people doing it have something in common.
This year Wales will implement some of the most progressive mental health legislation in Europe4 January 2012, David Crepaz-Keay
The Mental Health (Wales) Measure means that anyone using specialist mental health services will be entitled to have a care plan that addresses all areas of their life, rather than focussing on treatment.