The importance of co-production There are many reasons that underpin the need for co-production, but the most fundamental one goes to the heart of this project.
Green social prescribing (GSP) is the practice of supporting people to engage in nature-based interventions and activities to improve their mental health.
This report outlines an exciting vision of how we can reform the delivery of education to general practitioners, better preparing GPs for future practice in different models of care, addressing health inequalities and planetary health, and enhancing areas of clinical care such as mental health.
Services for mental health, autism and learning disabilities need to change. This report sets out what services should look like in 2032, with examples of where the vision is already taking shape in England.
You can achieve so much. All of our stories are about people who have taken control and built a life that they are proud to lead. Our support will give you the confidence and skills to do the same.
People experiencing homelessness face significant health inequalities. They encounter barriers to accessing the healthcare they need and often have poor experiences of engaging with healthcare services.