Tag: Policy

Why reversing the rise in mental health inequalities should be in every party manifesto

Bethan explores how critical addressing inequalities is to building a mentally healthier nation.

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Putting prevention of mental ill health on the political agenda

Bethan assesses how mental health can be improved, if we pay more attention to the wider social and environmental determinants of mental health.

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Waiting for too long: the urgent need for health and justice reform

What steps can the Government and all political parties commit to implementing to improve the mental health of prisoners in the UK?

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Manifesto ideas for the upcoming local council elections 

Manifesto ideas for the local council elections.

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Tell us about any barriers you face in voting 

We’re looking into the barriers that people with mental health problems face in registering to vote.

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Today’s Autumn Statement is a missed opportunity to prioritise the nation’s mental health 

Responding to the Chancellor’s autumn statement announcement, Andy Bell, chief executive of Centre for Mental Health, said: “Today’s autumn statement indicates that the Government is not prioritising the nation’s mental health”.  

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Broken promises or reform postponed? Reflections on the King’s speech

Last week’s King’s Speech, setting out the Government’s legislative programme for the year ahead, was as notable for what it didn’t say as for what it did.

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Counting the cost of health inequality: new data on premature mortality among people with a mental illness in England

Andy Bell draws focus on the recent mortality statistics for people with severe mental illness.

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Advancing Mental Health Equalities: no time to wait

Andy unpacks NHS England’s new strategy, with a reminder that tackling wider determinants will be critical to its overall success

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The Government’s emergency Mental Health Act changes: what do they mean in practice?

Louis explains what changes the Coronavirus Bill will make to the care of people detained under the Mental Health Act

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