IAPT news

Sharp rise in children contacting Childline about online porn

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NSPCC calls for more action to support the mental health of babies and young children in care

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Mental health support service launched for children

Figures suggest at least three children in every UK classroom are suffering from a mental health issue. Read More

Head teachers worried about pupils' mental health

A survey suggests head teachers worry more about pupils' mental health than any other issue. Read More

Increased funding is not the answer for mental health

Lord Crisp, who is heading up a new inquiry into mental health, says funding and beds is not the answer for mental health services. Read More

Mayden awarded SBRI Healthcare bid

Mayden awarded second-phase funding from the 2014 Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare bid. Read More

Mental health patients die waiting for beds

The BBC has learned, seven mental health patients have committed suicide whilst waiting for beds in England since 2012. Read More

Mental health trusts ranked

The CQC has ranked almost all mental health trusts in England for risk of poor care. Read More

Sport to improve lives of people with mental health problems

Sport scheme to help people with mental health problems launched. Read More

World Mental Health Day 2014

Living with the diagnosis of schizophrenia which affects 26 million people around the world. Read More

Mental health pilot launched

Four pilot schemes have been launched by the government to help people with mental health problems get back to work. Read More

Psychological support waning for heart patients despite nearly half experiencing mental health issues

BHF calls for urgent improvements to care bridging physical and mental conditions. Read More

Mental health intelligence network launched

NHS England and Public Health England launch a new mental health intelligence network. Read More

Alzheimer's test a step closer

British scientists are a step closer to developing a blood test for Alzheimer's. Read More

Dementia sufferers not getting support

Charity warns dementia patients are not given enough guidance and support following diagnosis. Read More