mental health

How the pandemic has left millions needing mental health support

Covid-19 has caused uncertainty in many areas of our lives, from health and relationships to finances and job security. There are hundreds of factors that have changed within people’s lives during the pandemic that have left society struggling to cope mentally.

With over 1.6 million people currently on the waiting list for mental health support and a further eight million not even making it onto the list at all, the country has reached a mental health crisis.

With a lack of funding into the sector despite the governments bid to invest £5 million into suicide prevention and investing pockets of funding throughout the pandemic, professionals say that there is still not enough being done to help tackle the ever-growing mental health emergency.

You can read the full article here: Investing in community services by Paul Farmer, Chief Executive, Mind

National Health Executive, Nov/Dec, Cover

NHE Nov/Dec 22

How active travel can help staff save money, improve wellbeing and help meet net zero targets

This issue highlights the latest topics within the health sector, from the NHS outlining its net zero strategy, Virtual hospitals, sustainable healthcare, How the NHS can achieve financial stability and more with articles featuring industry leaders such as Rory Deighton, Acute Network Director for NHS Confederation, Dr Tom Milligan, Clinical Lead for Diabetes in Humber and North Yorkshire, Misha Garcia, Value Programme Lead, NHS Property Services and many more.

Videos...

View all videos
National Health Executive Presents

National Health Executive Presents

NHE365 Virtual Events

NHE has created a full calendar of events to address the most important issues that influence the delivery of healthcare services. Over 365 days you'll have the opportunity to hear from a range of highly motivating, informative and inspirational speakers. These speakers will equip you with the knowledge and unique insight to enable you to overcome the challenges that you face.

Finger on the Pulse

Ep 14. Health messaging is a science, Professor Craig Jackson

On Episode 14 of NHE's Finger on the Pulse podcast, we're joined by Professor Craig Jackson, Professor of Occupational Health Psychology
Birmingham City University to discuss the coronavirus pandemic, the health messaging around it and how those in power have missed a trick by overlooking the key role of psychology in informing the public of restrictions, measures and the ever-changing situation

More articles...

View all