Recovery – living as well as possible – has emerged internationally as a movement of global transformation in mental health. We are learning that supporting the recovery of people living with mental health problems will involve changing mental health systems and changing society. Professor Slade will describe his research investigating how mental health services can best support recovery, and will then identify the social and political challenges which now need to be addressed if the transition from being a patient (one of ‘them’) to being a citizen (one of ‘us’) is to be completed.
We all hope to live a long and healthy life yet one in four people aged […]
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The School of Sociology and Social Policy and the Centre for Dementia Research, Institute of Mental Health welcome guest speakers Mary Marshall, Professor Emeritus, University of Stirling and Professor Gillian Manthorpe, Kings College, London.
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Dementia Day-to-Day is a new joint initiative led by the Institute of Mental Health and the School of English. It takes the form of a series of blogs – mainly online diaries and reflective pieces – integrated into the existing IDEA website. We’ve assembled a panel of authors from all walks of life, each with their own experience of, and interest in, dementia to explore the subject of ageing and wellbeing from as many angles as possible.
The School of Health Sciences at The University of Nottingham and The Institute of Mental Health […]
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Scientists have shown that psychotic symptoms experienced by people with schizophrenia could be caused by a […]
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A unique new architectural environment for people who practise yoga and meditation could take this ancient […]
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