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A Spending Review for wellbeing

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Six key proposals for improving mental health in England in the wake of its biggest health crisis for a generation
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Mental health and primary care networks

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Primary care networks could be a key opportunity to make badly needed improvements to mental health support in primary care
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Covid-19 and the nation's mental health: July 2020

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Our second forecast on the mental health risks and implications of the pandemic
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Commission for Equality in Mental Health: Briefing 2

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Why are groups that face higher levels of poor mental health experiencing the greatest difficulty in accessing services?
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Covid-19: understanding inequalities in mental health during the pandemic

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The pandemic risks further entrenching structural inequalities that were already affecting people’s mental health. Now is the time to act.
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Supporting mental health during Covid-19: a brief guide

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A resource to be used in workplaces, communities, organisations and charities to guide conversations about mental health
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Kidney disease and mental health

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Kidney Research UK and Centre for Mental Health highlight the urgent need for improved mental health support for people with kidney disease
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Covid-19 and the nation’s mental health: May 2020

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Our first forecast of the mental health needs and risks in the UK during the pandemic
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Briefing 56: Trauma, mental health and coronavirus

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How can we build trauma-informed healing and recovery into the long-term response to the pandemic?
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Supporting mental health in communities during the coronavirus crisis

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How statutory services are working with their VCS partners to respond to the coronavirus crisis
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A time to quit

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Experiences of smoking cessation support among people with severe mental illness
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More than a number

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Experiences of weight management among people with severe mental illness