Tackling the impact of racism is the number one priority to reduce ethnic inequalities in mental illness.
That’s according to the findings of a national consultation conducted by the Synergi Collaborate Centre, released on this year’s World Mental Health Day.
221 people, including service users and carers, outlined the multiple forms of racism experienced by ethnic minority people.
Instances were highlighted in encounters with public institutions including health services.
- Evidence building for the effectiveness of Mental Health First Aid training
Continue learning about what good looks like in mental health care. Explore the range of mental health books published by Pavilion Publishing and Media, including Child to Parent Violence and Abuse – A Practitioner’s Guide to Working with Families.
Mental health education is coming to the national curriculum next year. Find out more about the importance of language when delivering these classes by reading our “anti-glossary” here.
Know the signs and support options for various mental health conditions through watching the videos and reading the articles in our Disorders Explained information hub.
Keep supporting mental health progress.
From Barney and the Mental Health Today team.
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