mental health

International exchanges are common and well supported across UK universities. They typically take the form of students living and studying abroad for a semester or a full year, often in the third year of their undergraduate degree. Students improve their cultural awareness,...

Imagine a world in which no one is held back by mental health problems. That’s the vision of Professor Miranda Wolpert MBE, Head of the Mental Health Priority Area...

As a Muslim, my adolescent years were a particularly difficult time of my life. My appearance and lifestyle seemed to be worlds apart from the peers I tried so hard to fit in with – ...

All books are a collaboration. You might not realise it from the name on the cover, but they are the product of a team of people. The unsung heroes are the editors, the proof readers, the family and friends who talk ideas through and read rough drafts, the illustrators, cover...

Edge Hill University academics have helped a sporting charity secure funding to extend a successful mental health programme for men.

The University’s sport and mental health research team were commissioned by Rugby League Cares (RL...

Neuroscientist and best-selling author Dr Dean Burnett has a new audiobook out today, World Mental Health Day.

Psycho-Logical is a new Audible Original asking the question that’s often overlooked when it comes to mental health: ‘why?’. We took some of those ‘...

Public Health England’s major new Mental Health campaign, ‘Every Mind Matters’, launches today. Celebrity and big brand partners, the public sector and health care system will all be coming together to support people in feeling more confident in taking action to take care of...

For its new exhibition, the Bethlem Gallery turns to mental health activism. How can art communicate messages from those feeling that they uncomfortably fit within pre-existing power structures? ‘Art & Protest: What’s there to be...

The BBC’s recent series of documentaries triggered public discourse about life with mental health conditions. Anxiety and Me tracked Nadiya Hussain’s journey from Googling her symptoms through to starting cognitive behavioural therapy. Depression and Me...

The UK has a higher level of income inequality than most developed countries, with around one person in five currently living in poverty. In her passionate and well-received keynote talk, Kate Pickett, Professor of Epidemiology at the University of York, discussed the wide-...