Our June bulletin is now available to download

You can read updates from across our programme including:

  • Discharge from mental health inpatient settings: Complex Care and Rehabilitation
  • Greater Manchester Adult Community Mental Health Transformation:
  • Senior mental health practitioners to work with GPs and other professionals as part of the primary care networks
  • Learning disability and autism: Children and young people: Key working
  • Suicide: Greater Manchester Shining A light on Suicide Campaign video launched featuring English Football Managers; The Unseen Struggle – Papyrus Campaign Film
  • Wellbeing: Living Life to the Full; Inequalities in mental wellbeing for Greater Manchester’s deaf and disabled residents; Mental Health Toolkit for Employers
  • #BeeWell social media webinar for secondary schools
  • Understanding gambling related harms
  • Men’s Health week June 13th to 19th
  • Mental Health Support in Greater Manchester: Updated resource
  • Approaches and practices to widening participation in the children and young people’s mental health workforce
  • Medical emergencies in eating disorders (MEED): Guidance on recognition and management
  • Understand resilience and vulnerability in young people (YP); tackling challenges faced by YP through approaches to happiness and health – a University of Manchester Research project
  • Free online courses: Would you like to be able to better support the emotional wellbeing of people seeking asylum in the UK, and influence others in your organisation to do the same?
  • NHS: Health and Safeguarding Refugees and People Seeking Asylum / Rapid Read  and other key resources
  • Free online training course: anti racism and mental health in schools

Mental Health Transformation Programme Bulletin 17 June 2022