The Hidden Half: Bringing postnatal mental illness out of hiding – National Childbirth Trust

National Childbirth Trust  report that finds half of women experiencing mental health difficulties during pregnancy and in the year after did not have their needs recognised by health professionals. It calls for GPs to be resourced to ensure they make

This Could Cost Lives: A Frontline View On The Funding Of Supported Housing: A report by Rethink Mental Illness – Rethink Mental Illness

This report is based on a survey of service managers and staff that work in supported housing services for people with mental illness. To be eligible to complete the survey, their service and tenants had to be within the scope

What do women say?: Reproductive health is a public health issue – Public Health England

Document intended to be the starting point to develop a 5-year cross sectoral action plan for reproductive health. Can also be used as a reference point for healthcare professionals to inform prioritisation and planning. Reports on the findings of a

A consensus statement: Reproductive health is a public health issue – Public Health England

Document intended to be the starting point to develop a 5-year cross sectoral action plan for reproductive health. Can also be used as a reference point for healthcare professionals to inform prioritisation and planning. An agreed statement between partners about

Living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK: 2018 – Institute for Fiscal Studies

This report examines changes in the distribution of household incomes in the UK, and the determinants and consequences of recent trends. This includes analysing changes not only in average living standards but also in household income inequality and measures of

The social determinants of young people’s health: Identifying the key issues and assessing how young people are doing in the 2010s – The Health Foundation

This paper provides an overview of evidence on the social determinants of young people’s health. Drawing on a model of social determinants that includes money and resources, living conditions, family factors, peers and social groups, ducation and work and worklessness. This report demonstrates

Dementia and people with learning disabilities: making reasonable adjustments – Public Health England

This guide is part of a series of guides looking at reasonable adjustments in a specific service area.  It is intended to help staff in public health, health services and social care to ensure that their services are accessible to people with learning

Listening to our future, Learning report: Early findings from the Young people’s future health inquiry – The Health Foundation

The Health Foundation’s Young people’s future health inquiry is a first-of-its-kind research and engagement project that aims to build an understanding of the influences affecting the future health of young people.  When discussing what helped or hindered them in their transition to adulthood,

Diagnosis Critical: Launching an inquiry into health and social care in England – Centre for Progessive Policy

Think Tank report from the Centre for Progessive Policy that finds that: Even if a trust improves its financial position by 10 percentage points the standards for elective care would still not be met, although this would make them likely to

When tragedy strikes Reflections on the NHS response to the Manchester Arena bombing and Grenfell Tower fire – NHS Confederation

To support NHS organisations with planning for major incidents, this report captures the learning from the health service’s response to the harrowing events of 2017. The interviews reflect on key aspects of the responses by emergency, mental health, acute and community services, drawing out

Bullying: Evidence from LSYPE2, wave 3 Research brief – Department for Education

This research brief is based on data from the second Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE2). In 2015, LSYPE2 interviewed 10,010 young people in year 11. The report provides: statistics on different types of reported bullying the results for pupils

Approaches to preventing and tackling bullying: Case studies – Department for Education

Qualitative research to understand anti-bullying practices schools have found effective. These include approaches to tackling bullying generally and more specific types of bullying, for example: racial bullying special educational needs and disability (SEND) bullying lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT)

Section 135: Admission of patients removed by police under a court warrant – Department of Health and Social Care

Information leaflet for patients who have been brought to hospital by a police officer under section 135 of the Mental Health Act. The leaflets explain to the person: why they are in hospital what to expect during this section their rights

Section 136: Removal of mentally disordered persons without a warrant – Department of Health and Social Care

Information leaflet for patients who have been brought to hospital by a police officer under section 136 of the Mental Health Act. The leaflets explain to the person: why they are in hospital what to expect during this section their rights

Facing the Future: Standards for children in emergency care settings – Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Facing the Future: Standards for children in emergency care settings document provides healthcare professionals and service planners with clear standards of care that are applicable to children in urgent and emergency care settings.  They are intended to be motivating, meaningful and measurable

From prison to work: A new frontier for Individual Placement and Support – Centre for Mental Health

From prison to work: A new frontier for Individual Placement and Support reports on a pilot programme in the West Midlands to support prisoners with mental health difficulties into employment when they are released. The programme sought to employ the

Time to deliver: report of the WHO Independent High-Level Commission on Noncommunicable Diseases – World Health Organization

World Health Organization report calling for urgent action to address chronic diseases and mental health disorders. It demands high-level political commitment and the immediate scaling up of actions to address the epidemic of NCDs.

Mental health, human rights and standards of care: Assessment of the quality of institutional care for adults with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities in the WHO European Region – World Health Organization

Assessment of the quality of institutional care for adults with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities in the WHO European Region. Only 25 per cent showed compliance with international standards, this is a clear indication that long-term institutional care in the Region

Transforming care: the challenges and solutions – Voluntary Organisations Disability Group

Voluntary Organisations Disability Group report outlining challenges and solutions to moving people with learning disabilities, autism and/or mental health conditions out of long-stay inpatient care. This follows the implementation of a pilot project, the report offers recommendations for future steps.  The

Police and Public Health Innovation in practice: an overview of collaboration across England: A paper to support the October 2016 summit: ‘creating a shared purpose for policing and health – Public Health England

Paper that identifies via discussion with public health and police workforces, the following topics as core areas of priority work and collaboration: violence prevention drugs and alcohol mental health dementia health and wellbeing hot and cold weather risk emerging infectious diseases modern