Telling our stories: the mental health media landscape

Martin Barrow reflects on the Mind media awardsRead more

Benchmarking mental health services

The latest NHS Benchmarking report sheds light on mental health care in England and Wales, pointing to a rise in hospital beds and a reduction in community servicesRead more

Supporting women in the criminal justice system

Jenny Talbot OBE reflects on the needs of women in the criminal justice system, and the role of local authorities in supporting them.Read more

How are you? The state of the nation's mental health

The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey, recently released, offers new insight into the levels of mental health problems in the UK and the factors which affect it.Read more

Data reveals the postcode lottery faced by people living with psychosis

A new report has revealed the inequalities faced by those living with psychosis in England, indicating that they live harder, poorer and shorter lives.Read more

Delivering the mental health strategy

Andy Bell looks at the implementation plan for the Mental Health Five Year Forward View in the midst of growing concerns about financial pressures on the NHS.Read more

Stigma, inequality and mental health: the British Social Attitudes survey

A majority of the population are confident in their understanding of wellbeing, but attitudes towards those with mental health problems still have a long way to go.Read more

Money and mental health – breaking up a toxic relationship

Helen Undy, from Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, on the work the institute is doing to reduce the impact finances have on our mental health.Read more

Mental health after the Referendum

The recent EU referendum has brought about momentous political changes in just three weeks. Andy Bell discusses the potential impact and what the next steps should be.Read more

A basic need: affordable housing and mental health

Ian Bradshaw reflects on the role of affordable housing for people with mental health problems.Read more