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Public mental health

Oct
4
2021

‘GOT NOWT LEFT’ – the impact of inequalities on public mental health

McPin Public Involvement Coordinator Gillian reflects on her own experiences of inequalities as she recruits for a new project around public mental health

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Oct
4
2021

Visualising Public Mental Health

Public mental health affects us all – this new tool pulls together all the connected components in one visual framework

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May
11
2021

Forgotten or ignored? Safety research in community mental health services

Have your say on the safety and quality of care provided in adult community-based mental health services

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May
13
2020

COVID LIFE: Expressions of our experiences

What happens to our mental health during a public health crisis? Together with a team of peer-researchers, Covid Life will explore the impact of the pandemic 

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Apr
16
2020

Radical collaboration, common sense & a focus on inequality: McPin’s response to the Covid mental health roadmap

The Lancet paper published today is a rapid response to an unfolding, unprecedented situation. Understanding the role and limits of research in addressing Covid’s mental health impact needs careful consideration and the input of many voices

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Feb
27
2020

Unfair society, unhealthy lives? Inequality and health in 2020

The publication of the latest Marmot review is depressing. It puts in writing what everyone in the mental health field knows already

 

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Nov
11
2019

Who do you involve when researching public mental health?

Laura E. Fischer explains why recruiting a team of co-researchers based upon ‘expertise by experience’ of public mental health is such a complex task and the guiding principles that helped

 

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