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Asylum 26.2 is out now

The latest issue of Asylum magazine is out now. See HERE for further details and a couple of sample articles.See More
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Think Ahead Programme - Independent evaluation

The Think Ahead social work qualifying programme was launched in 2016, with the aim of providing a new, mental health focused route into the social work profession in partnership with employer organisations. An independent evaluation has just been published, based on the experience of the programme over its first two years. READ THE EVALUATIONSee More
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Madness and the demand for recognition: A philosophical inquiry into identity and mental health activism

Madness is a complex and contested term. Through time and across cultures it has acquired many formulations: for some, madness is synonymous with unreason and violence, for others with creativity and subversion, elsewhere it is associated with spirits and spirituality. Among the different formulations, there is one in particular that has taken hold so deeply and systematically that it has become the default view in many communities around the world: the idea that madness is a disorder of the…See More
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Mad Studies group - Birmingham

Are you a Lived Experience Practitioner (LXP)? (Mad) Academic? Student? Clinician? Service User? Carer? All welcome! ‘Mad Studies’ is a field of scholarship, theory, and activism about the lived experiences, history, cultures, and politics about people who may identify as 'Mad', mentally ill, psychiatric survivors, consumers, service users, patients, neurodiverse and…See More
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Supporting student mental health in higher education - new book

Supporting Student Mental Health in Higher Educationby Samuel Stones and Jonathan GlazzardApril 2019  2144pp   ISBN 9781912508778   Student mental health is a key consideration in higher education with recent reports identifying a major gap in provision by universities and how ill-equipped academics feel to support students. This book addresses these concerns, providing…See More
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My name is Rachel: Radio programme

Rachel Waddingham hears voices. The first time she heard them she was lying in a bed. “You’re so stupid”, “they are watching you”, “it would be much better if you just ended it all”. She was also convinced she was being watched, that she was at the centre of a conspiracy. She ended up dropping out of university and eventually was admitted to a psychiatric unit. “I began to hear the alien speak to me, and that alien told me that I was a murderer, that it could control me, that it was going to…See More
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Do you use Asylum magazine in teaching?

The editorial group at Asylum are keen to find out how the magazine is being used in teaching.  Do you use articles, creative writing or images from the magazine in your teaching?  Is it stocked in your university library?  Do you encourage students to subscribe, or to write for Asylum?  Please share your ideas....See More
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Mental health news

Back on this site after a break.  As I get back up to speed, members may be interested in the news items I've posted recently on the Asylum magazine website.  See here for further details.See More
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Humanising health and social care - some links

Some links to project with a focus on the mental health of mental health professionals and/or humanising health and social care. Action for Careforce Wellbeinghttps://survivingwork.org/action-for-care-worker-wellbeing/In2gr8mentalhealthDestigmatising the experience of mental ill-health in mental health professionalshttps://www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/Honest Open Proud - MH…See More
Nov 5, 2018

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Location (town and country)
Lancaster
Institution
Mental Health in Higher Education
Discipline
Social Work
Job title
Senior Project Development Officer
Areas of interest and expertise
service user and carer involvement in education, social work in mental health
Reason for joining the mhhehub
Coordinator.
Website:
http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fass/edres/profiles/jill-anderson

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International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health.

Posted on July 23, 2019 at 11:16 0 Comments

Follow over the next three days for tweets from the 9th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health.

Children and Young People's mental health - links and resources

Posted on July 23, 2019 at 10:52 0 Comments

I was just asked - by someone preparing a session for young people in a secondary school - for some links to resources on children and young people's mental health.   They were particularly interested in alternative/critical perspectives.  My initial response is below, in case of use to others (though some links are Lancaster related).  Please add ideas and suggestions:

It might be worth having a look at BoingBoing's academic resilience approach - it's well explained…
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Asylum 26.2 is out now

Posted on June 6, 2019 at 23:08 0 Comments

The latest issue of Asylum magazine is out now. See HERE for further details and a couple of sample articles.

Think Ahead Programme - Independent evaluation

Posted on May 1, 2019 at 7:52 0 Comments

The Think Ahead social work qualifying programme was launched in 2016, with the aim of providing a new, mental health focused route into the social work profession in partnership with employer organisations. 

An independent evaluation has just been published, based on the experience of the programme over its first two years. 

READ THE…

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Comment Wall (37 comments)

At 17:14 on August 4, 2011, Andrea Capstick said…
How about Involving service users with dementia or learning disability?
At 17:17 on August 9, 2011, Mike Bush said…

Hi Jill 

have put up my profile and added a couple of blogs. Breaking news is that MIND have asked me to coauthor their response to the national suicide prevention strategy consultation. Hope your ok

Regards

 

Mike

 

 

At 21:24 on September 15, 2011, Rich Moth said…

hi jill,

yes, we are planning to have a mh stream at the next SWAN conference in March 2012 at Liverpool Hope so will probably look to set it up from there - hope you can make it along.

I have just been offered a post there so will be based in Liverpool by then!

Hope all's good with you.

best,

rich
At 12:51 on October 28, 2011, Kate Karban said…

Hi JiIl

I seem to be sorted out with access now.

Thanks for your help.

It was good to meet you last week with Bill - I shall look forward to furture contact via the Hub.

Best wishes

Kate

 

At 19:01 on December 11, 2012, Janie Greville said…

Totally!! I'll put it in my diary now and fingers crossed - see you there :-)

At 19:32 on December 14, 2012, Dr Caryl Sibbett said…

Hi Jill, thank you for this encouraging feedback. I am still developing this concept and looking at it in a variety of disciplines and contexts. I would be keen to attend a conference in the future. Best wishes, Caryl

At 15:01 on January 3, 2013, martin gilbert said…

thanks Jill - i am very pleased to have found this site again - very useful indeed

At 20:08 on January 5, 2013, Janet Qureshi said…

Thanks Jill,here is an attachment

Janetpromo%20word.doc

At 20:38 on January 27, 2013, Peter Downes said…

Thanks Jill, that's very helpful and supportive. Think I must have dropped off the MHHE radar because of a change of email address which I didn't notify. Will catch up again at later date. Peter

At 17:24 on January 29, 2013, julie gosling said…

Jill - thank you for your kind comment - I am wholly amazed and respectful of the commitment and energy you have put into setting up and maintaining this sight - I am encouraging others to sign up

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International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health.

Posted by Jill Anderson on July 23, 2019 at 11:16 0 Comments

Follow over the next three days for tweets from the 9th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health.

Children and Young People's mental health - links and resources

Posted by Jill Anderson on July 23, 2019 at 10:52 0 Comments

I was just asked - by someone preparing a session for young people in a secondary school - for some links to resources on children and young people's mental health.   They were particularly interested in alternative/critical perspectives.  My initial response is below, in case of use to others (though some links are Lancaster related).  Please add ideas and suggestions:

It might be worth having a look at BoingBoing's academic resilience approach - it's well explained…
Continue

Asylum 26.2 is out now

Posted by Jill Anderson on June 6, 2019 at 23:08 0 Comments

The latest issue of Asylum magazine is out now. See HERE for further details and a couple of sample articles.

Think Ahead Programme - Independent evaluation

Posted by Jill Anderson on May 1, 2019 at 7:52 0 Comments

The Think Ahead social work qualifying programme was launched in 2016, with the aim of providing a new, mental health focused route into the social work profession in partnership with employer organisations. 

An independent evaluation has just been published, based on the experience of the programme over its first two years. 

READ THE…

Continue

Mad Studies group - Birmingham

Posted by Jill Anderson on April 18, 2019 at 10:30 0 Comments

Are you a Lived Experience Practitioner (LXP)? (Mad) Academic? Student? Clinician? Service User? Carer?

 All welcome! 

‘Mad Studies’ is a field of scholarship, theory, and activism about the lived experiences, history, cultures, and politics about people who may identify as 'Mad', mentally ill,…

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Engaging with Voices videos

Posted by Jill Anderson on April 12, 2019 at 20:30 0 Comments

These 15 videos were created by Elisabeth Svanholmer, Charlie Heriot-Maitland and Rufus May. Filming and editing by John Richardson and his team  

The Engaging with Voices videos are intended as inspiration and support for people interested in compassionate…

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RE:CREATE psychiatry

Posted by Jill Anderson on April 11, 2019 at 21:23 0 Comments

The UK mental healthcare system is deemed by many to be failing its users, and lauded by many more as one of the best in the world. As a community of people who have journeyed through mental ill-health and well-being, we at Mental Fight Club have contemplated standards of care both abysmal and outstanding. Now, we want to instigate new thinking stemming from our collective…

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Supporting student mental health in higher education - new book

Posted by Jill Anderson on April 10, 2019 at 8:18 0 Comments

Supporting Student Mental Health in Higher Education

by Samuel Stones and Jonathan Glazzard

April 2019  2144pp   ISBN 9781912508778   



Student mental health is a key consideration in higher education with recent reports identifying a major gap in provision by universities and how ill-equipped…

Continue

My name is Rachel: Radio programme

Posted by Jill Anderson on April 8, 2019 at 21:32 0 Comments

Rachel Waddingham hears voices. The first time she heard them she was lying in a bed. “You’re so stupid”, “they are watching you”, “it would be much better if you just ended it all”. She was also convinced she was being watched, that she was at the centre of a conspiracy. She ended up dropping out of university and eventually was admitted to a psychiatric unit. “I began to hear the alien speak to me, and that alien told me that I was a murderer, that it could control me, that it was going to…

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