Seminar on advance healthcare directives for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland

You are invited to Mental Health Reform’s seminar on advance healthcare directives for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland.   This event is free of charge. What? Mental Health Reform will host a seminar on advance directives (ADs) for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland. This seminar will bring together national and international experts on … Read more Seminar on advance healthcare directives for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland

Calls for 24/7 mental health services to be delivered amid concerns over A&E

Calls for 24/7 mental health services to be delivered amid concerns over A&E View the campaign and petition page here. DUBLIN, Nov 15th. A Lust for Life, Mental Health Reform, Future Voices and Uplift today launched a campaign calling for the delivery of holistic 24/7 community based mental health services across Ireland.  The #Inourhourofneed campaign … Read more Calls for 24/7 mental health services to be delivered amid concerns over A&E

eMental Health Products: Expressions of Interest

eMental Health Products: Expressions of Interest  Mental Health Reform is the Irish partner on an exciting new e-mental health project taking place across North-West Europe. The eMEN project seeks to further the use of e-mental health apps to give improved access to services, prevent more serious illness developing and reduce overall economic burden of mental health … Read more eMental Health Products: Expressions of Interest

MHR and USI seek urgent review of decision to allow just 1.8% in additional spending in 2017 for mental health care improvements.

Dear Minister McEntee, On the 11th of October 2016, both Mental Health Reform (MHR) and the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) welcomed the Government’s decision to allocate €35M in development funding as a positive step towards implementation of the national mental health policy, A Vision for Change. Disappointingly, less than one week later we learned that under half of … Read more MHR and USI seek urgent review of decision to allow just 1.8% in additional spending in 2017 for mental health care improvements.

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