Well Scotland is the national mental health improvement website for Scotland. It is a resource intended for professionals who currently work in, or have an interest in the mental health improvement field. Working in partnership with Scotland’s national agencies, its purpose is to provide up to date information on recent developments in the mental health improvement area.
To challenge mental health stigma and discrimination, see me has developed a volunteer programme of Community Champions who we will support to lead change in their local area.
More than 800,000 people in Scotland live in low income households. In a rich country like ours this is unnecessary and unacceptable.
The Scottish Health Awards 2014, is the most prestigious and recognised awards ceremony for healthcare professionals within Scotland. Run by the Daily Record, in partnership with NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government the awards are now well established in the Scottish calendar. http://www.scottishhealthawards.com/
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The most recent publications over the last six months can be found on the Publications page.
The newly updated Measuring Mental Wellbeing resource; How to measure mental wellbeing is now available.
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Steps for Stress
Gives information on ways to handle stress.
Gives guidance on improving your mental health
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