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Justice at last on mixed sex wards scandal
Today the Health Secretary Alan Johnson has announced a package of measures aimed at eliminating mixed sex wards.
High Court finds Crown Prosecution Service to be discriminating against victims with mental health problems
In a landmark ruling, the Crown Prosecution Service Human Rights Act after deciding not to pursue the case of an assault victim in court on the grounds that the victim had a mental health problem.
Overwhelming demand crashes charity website after millions see mental health TV advert
Thousands visited the Time to Change campaign website after the first screening of a new TV advert about mental health stigma.
TV ad shows mental health stigma can be a matter of life and death
A new hard-hitting advertising campaign shows that being told to "pull yourself together", being left out of things and treated as "a problem" can lead people with mental health problems to despair.
Mind comments on the indignity of mixed sex wards
A report by the Conservative Party reveals that patients with mental health problems continue to suffer the indignity of being accommodated on mixed sex wards.
New Year's resolutions could be bad for your mental health
"New year, new you" is a popular phrase, but in the dawn of 2009, Mind is urging people not to feel obliged to make New Year's resolutions as they can be bad for your mental health.