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Reforming the Mental Health Act - give your views

We’d like to know your views on proposed changes to the UK Mental Health Act (MHA) to help put patients at the centre of decisions about their own care.
These changes are designed to make things better for patients, families and carers who are affected by mental health issues. 
The changes are important, because they might affect you or a loved one at some point. 

Inquiry into Racial Inequality of Workers in Health & Social Care

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission launched a statutory inquiry into racial inequality in health and social care, triggered by the pandemic. EHRC want to understand the experiences of ethnic minority people working on the frontline in lower-paid roles (if you are from an ethnic minority, you have worked with lower-paid ethnic minority workers, you offer health and social care services, or you are an organisation providing support to workers).


Living well with a long-term condition

The emotional aspects of living with physical health problems can impact our mental wellbeing and our ability to live well. On this Recovery College course we will explore the emotional and psychological aspects of living with a long-term health condition, and the connection between physical and mental wellbeing. We will look at the changes caused in your life from having a long-term condition and the areas you would like to improve. Finally, we will explore a range of strategies and resources that others living with a long-term condition have found helpful.

Tree of life

The ‘Tree of life’ uses the metaphor of a tree to explore the strengths and resources we use throughout our life’s journey. Each part of the tree indicates a part of our story; the roots signify where we have come from, the trunk represents our values and strengths, the branches are our hopes and dreams, the leaves, significant people in our lives and the fruit and flowers, gifts we have given to and received from others.