Inadequacy of mental health services ‘a ticking time bomb’ say GPs


Inadequacy of mental health services
‘a ticking time bomb’ say GPs

News, 16th May 2016.

mental-health-today-logoMost GPs believe mental health services for young people are inadequate, with almost 9 in 10 fearing that children or teenagers may come to harm while waiting for specialist treatment, new research shows.

A survey of 302 GPs for stem4, a charity that works to prevent mental ill health in teenagers, found that 78% of GPs are seeing more young patients with mental health problems than 5 years ago, and 87% expect pressure on services to increase in the years to come…

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