A shortfall in mental health research funding is leaving a generation of young people without effective care and is holding back efforts to tackle mental illnesses, our new research has found.
World Mental Health day is held on the 10th October each year.
Our new survey reveals that parents struggle to see a a future for children diagnosed with a mental illness. And four in five adults believe more should be done to tackle mental illness for future generations.
A lot happens in our teenage years. It's a time of firsts for many. Of new beginnings, new emotions, and new experiences. But it's also a time that's incredibly important for our mental health.
World Suicide Prevention Day occurs on the 10th September every year.
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One in 10 young people aged 5-16 have a diagnosed mental health condition – that’s three children in every classroom.
Ten research questions for depression were prioritised by patients, carers and healthcare professionals. Now what needs to happen to get them answered by research?