Not enough is known about young people’s mental health, yet it is estimated that an average of three children in every classroom has a diagnosable mental health problem. We need to know more. That’s why we are leading on developing the top ten questions for young people’s mental health to be answered by research.

A talking point paper exploring whether experiential knowledge can contribute to traditional psychiatric drugs research, including human rights implications. Authored by independent survivor researcher and consultant, Jasna Russo, a long-term activist in the international mental health service user/psychiatric survivor movement.

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