The British Youth Council is helping NHS England bring together a group of young people give advice and opinions on healthcare policies and provide ideas on how services can be improved. The Forum is recruiting now. Read more »
Schizophrenia Awareness Week, from November 11 – 17, is not only about taking a stand for a misunderstood illness, it’s also about having hope for the future. Read more »
This network led by Rethink Mental Illness involves NHS and independent mental health provider organisations working to ensure that people affected by schizophrenia and psychosis, and their families, get the support they need.
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The National Skills Academy for Social Care runs this programme, which helps front-line workers to develop leadership skills to drive innovation and service improvement. Mapped to key sector indicators including the Skills Academy’s own Leadership Qualities Framework, Front-line Leaders helps front-line workers to explore what these national standards mean for you and your organisation, and how… Read more »
The purpose of the IAPT national programme is to increase access to a range of evidence based interventions and informed treatment options for people with depression and anxiety disorders (NHS Mandate, 2012). Read more »
The ’Push for Action’ campaign, led by the National Autistic Society, involves campaigners at a local and national level to call for accelerated delivery and improved local implementation of the adult autism strategy to ensure adults with autism get the support they need. Read more »