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MHF – Public Mental Health Learning Network launched

Public Mental Health Learning Network

As part of the Mental Health Strategy, a public mental health learning network has been launched to support the development of the knowledge base on prevention and early intervention and to enhance collaborative working and reflective practice.

The network is supported through Project Echo with a monthly learning session comprising an education presentation and case discussion. Session themes include approaches in public mental health, social determinants of mental health, and developing interventions and measuring outcomes.

This network is open to all in community and voluntary organisations, public sector and charity who have an interest in mental health or who feel that their role may intersect with mental health, for example education, housing, rights organisations.

For more information on the network or to receive registration information please contact Laura Moreland, Public Mental Health Officer at the Mental Health Foundation on: lmoreland@mentalhealth.org.uk


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