Economics can help to inform public policy and commissioning if it is used wisely, says new briefing

The first briefing from the Mental Health Economics Collaborative looks at economic theories and how they can be applied to decision-making about public policy and service commissioning

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ACEVO and Centre for Mental Health announce partnership to research bullying in charity sector leadership

We're seeking to eliminate workplace bullying in the charity sector through a new research partnership with ACEVO

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Centre for Mental Health staff join fellowship scheme to change the conversation about mental health

Sarah Hughes and Andy are among the first members of the new fellowship which brings together people with a wide range of expertise

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Centre for Mental Health begins writer-in-residence scheme with Mark Brown

We're delighted to announce a new writer-in-residence scheme

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Women’s Mental Health Taskforce report must lead to concerted action for equality, says Centre for Mental Health

"Today's report demonstrates the need for action to ensure all mental health services can respond to the distinctive needs of women"

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Open letter: labelling children as 'snowflakes' is actively damaging

We co-signed an open letter from Natasha Devon responding to a stigmatising Daily Star headline

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British Psychological Society funds research into the effectiveness of clinical psychologists working in primary care

More than a quarter of people who visit their GP in the UK every day have problems which are primarily psychological rather than physical, but they do not always receive access to the care that they need.

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