Tags » Volume 4, Issue 1

Promising approaches to reducing loneliness and isolation in later life

Source: Campaign to End Loneliness

Follow this link for fulltext

Date of publication: Jan 2015

Publication type: Evidence Summary

In a nutshell: This report was produced jointly by Age UK and The Campaign to End Loneliness, seeks to fill that knowledge gap and to offer some practical answers to that big question, what works in tackling loneliness?

Length of publication: 68 pages

Volume 4 Issue 1

Does money in adulthood affect adult outcomes?

Source: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Follow this link for fulltext

Date of publication: Jan 2015

Publication type: Report

In a nutshell: “This report examines the evidence on whether money in adulthood has a causal impact on wider adult outcomes. 66 more words

United Kingdom

Staff views on wellbeing for themselves and for service users

Source: Journal of Mental Health

Follow this link for abstract

Date of publication: Feb 2015

Publication type: Research

In a nutshell: “This study aims to explore views held by mental health staff about factors influencing their own wellbeing and that of service users with psychosis.” “Staff stated a recovery orientation in principle, but struggled to focus on service user strengths in practice. 64 more words

Mental Wellbeing

Mental health remains parents’ number one concern in Cumbria

Source: North West Evening Mail

Follow this link for fulltext

Date of publication: Jan 2015

Publication type: News

In a nutshell: “Almost 40 per cent of parents across Cumbria worry about their children’s mental health, more than any other health issue, Action for Children reveals today.”

Length of publication: 1 webpage

Health Improvement

Further Dissemination

If you think anyone would benefit from receiving this post or from subscribing to this blog please email them the link to this blog and suggest they sign up to the blog newsletter to stay up-to-date with new content.

Volume 4 Issue 1