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Ian Hamilton Sep 20
Smoke signals: what does legalised mean for mental health? join virtually or in person 26th September -
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Sonia Johnson Feb 21
A great panel for tonight's on the very hot topic of mental health in schools - but I'm wondering if schools programmes are the right priority when such unacceptable waits for CAMHS for kids with serious problems?
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Sonia Johnson Nov 28
Today's the day! Very much looking forward to our launch event & . If you haven't booked a ticket, do join us online!
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Kat Cormack Feb 21
I had to stop watching actual QT as it raises my BP so much, happy to say has been brilliant & done quite the opposite
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MatthewBroome Nov 29
Good to hear mention of full flourishing lives, rather than just return to employment
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Lynsey McAlpine Feb 21
Teachers have massive workloads and high risk of burnout and emotional strain. If we want to improve mental health in schools, we must first promote teacher wellbeing
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Emily Handley-Cole Jun 13
Such a privaledge to hear Baroness Sheila Hollins speak so eloquently, as a mother, on how to improve healthcare for people with Learning Disabilities. The evidence for health/death inequalities is there...it's time to turn rhetoric into reality
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Sarah Rowe Feb 21
What is happening to our hidden population? What about children who are excluded from mainstream schools (46,000)? We need more research into practice & practice into research - Brenda McHugh
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Angela Woods Nov 29
Completely agree that we need to think through & value different forms of knowledge & evidence. But let’s not pretend that research encompasses experience just because people complete a symptom rating scale
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Miranda France Nov 30
Thanks so much to all involved with . I'd love to see discussion of how families of someone with mental illness could be better supported. Often they are thrust into the role of carers without fully understanding the illness or how to help. Their own health can suffer, too.
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Anna Freud NCCF Feb 20
An extremely exciting event tomorrow evening where we'll be represented by Dr Brenda McHugh, Co-Founder of the groundbreaking Family School in Islington! Don't miss it!
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RCSLT policy Jun 13
Speech & language therapists reduce the risk of people with communication needs being wrongly deemed as lacking capacity and being deprived of their liberty because their individual needs have not been properly assessed and supported.
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Joseph F Hayes 💊🗣 Nov 29
Keep disseminating, keep publishing, keep quality, keep collaborating
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Aileen Jackson Nov 29
Contributions by people with lived mental health experience is vital to both policy ,research and health implementation
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Francesca Solmi Nov 29
S. Hatch: "Researchers need to become better communicators, especially with communities. We need to rebuild trust with communities"
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Sarah Holloway Nov 29
Amazing to think how much energy, commitment and brain power there is in one single room, all aimed at improving MH! So much we can achieve. And what a panel!
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The Mental Elf Sep 14
Reply from at - Psychosis incidence has not remained stable - Reliable data on psychosis incidence is rare - In South London over last few decades, psychosis incidence has doubled - This is linked to high potency cannabis use Let's talk more at !
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Mental Health PRU Nov 13
The initial block of tickets for our launch event have all been taken - there are likely to be more next week, we will tweet as soon as available.
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Nicky Runeckles Feb 21
TY & 4 fab panel tonight. Priorities for MH in schools?... We measure height & weight of every single child in year 6 - how about we measure their mental health as well / instead? Then tailored support 4 the whole family - digital wherever poss
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Syeda Akther Nov 14
We now have a waiting list! Register your interest if you would like to join us for a lively discussion. Don't forget, we will also be live streaming the discussion and you can join the conversation using .
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