Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week (14th-20th May) the focus is on Stress and how we can cope with stress better to improve our mental health. While stress isn’t a mental health problem in itself, it often leads to depression, anxiety, self-harm and suicide. It can also lead to physical health problems such as cardiovascular disease and joint and muscle problems. – Mental Health Foundation The Mental Health Foundation have released a research report Read more about Mental Health Awareness Week[…]

Research opportunity for 16-25 year olds

The university of Cambridge are looking for participants for a research study that will look at the impact that long term physical illness, disability, and health conditions have in the wellbeing, social life and education of young people (aged 16-25). Your condition must have been diagnosed, treated or cared for by a health professional at some point. Taking part involves completing an anonymous on-line survey about your thoughts and feelings. The majority of the questions are  multiple-choice Read more about Research opportunity for 16-25 year olds[…]