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Putting ethnic inequalities in severe mental illness centre stage

Description
Joy Francis and and Dr Maria Haarmans,share details of the Synergi Participatory Action Research (PAR) project.
Date:
Tuesday 3rd March 2020
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Clarity on Parity: Seeking equality between physical and mental health

Description
In his research, Stevie Creese seeks to understand exactly what successes and failures have occurred in the name of Parity of Esteem
Date:
Tuesday 3rd March 2020

Sometimes it's good to talk: mental health first aid (MHFA) within the College of Social Sciences

Description
Being able to understand our own mental health and recognise when a colleague is distressed or has a mental illness is important and may help to prevent the difficulties escalating.
Date:
Tuesday 18th February 2020

Equality in mental health

Description
Anyone can experience a mental health problem but our chances of having good or poor mental health are far from equal. And for some, the risk of poor mental health is very much higher than average.
Date:
Tuesday 18th February 2020

Investing in children and young people's mental health: if not now, when?

Description
The publication of the report on 'The state of Children's mental health services' highlights the parlous state of support for children and young people facing mental health challenges
Date:
Wednesday 5th February 2020

What can NHS leaders learn from a crisis?

Description
Steve Gulati, Director of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme, University of Birmingham discusses how leaders respond to extraordinary events
Date:
Monday 20th January 2020

The NHS: what is on its Christmas election list?

The NHS: what is on its Christmas election list?
Description
If news stories are to be believed, it can seem as though the NHS is in a constant state of crisis. Professor Judith Smith reviews the pressures in the NHS and discusses what needs to be done
Date:
Tuesday 10th December 2019
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

50 years of NHS inquiries: why they matter and what we can learn from them

50 years of NHS inquiries: why they matter and what we can learn from them
Description
It is fifty years since what most people think of as the first NHS inquiry, what have we learnt?
Date:
Wednesday 27th March 2019
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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