A long way to equality

Norman Lamb MP on some of the recent triumphs and failings of the NHS in mental healthRead more

The NHS at 70: A mental health worker at 60

Jonathan Wells looks back at the decades of change in mental health care from his perspective as a social workerRead more

Fighting for a better system: why celebrating NHS 70 must spur further change

Thea reflects on her ambivalence about today's NHS celebrationsRead more

The road less travelled

To mark 70 years of the NHS, Professor Dame Sue Bailey asks what's needed to bring about a sustainable approach to healthRead more

Drawing hope from our journey so far

Tom Cahill looks back at how delivery of mental health care within the NHS has changed since his days as a mental health nurseRead more

Avoiding breaking point? The role of public mental health within the NHS

Lisa McNally argues that the system-wide problems facing the NHS require a system-wide solutionsRead more

The NHS at 70: recapturing Bevan’s founding principles to reach the most marginalised

Nuwan reflects on the transformation of mental health services, and how we can harness growing discontent to bring about lasting changeRead more

What a mental health nurse did for me

Hope looks back at her time battling anorexia and the vital role of the NHS in her recoveryRead more

Bunting and broken promises: rediscovering a vision for the NHS at 70

In the first of our new series marking 70 years of the NHS, Mark Brown asks about the place of mental health within NHS pride and nostalgiaRead more