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Mind comments on Cochrane and King's Fund reports: Goverment figures totally inaccurate
Mind says new research reveals incompetence of Government's plans for compulsory treatment.
Mind comments on Healthcare Commission report
Mind welcomes any indication that mental health service users are experiencing an improved level of care, but this report shows that there remain significant areas for concern.
Mind calls on Government to follow words with firm action
Mind reacts to Government response to the Health Committee Report on the Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Mind response to Department of Health report on mental health investment
Mind welcomes the recent increase in funding and community services for mental health as reported by the Department of Health, which we hope will benefit the many thousands of service users in the UK.
Mind concerned as Government still promotes Bill of compulsion not compassion
It is vital that we continue to campaign for further improvements to prevent a stigmatising Bill that could undermine the recent progress in mental health services.
Mind welcomes Parliamentary report calling for tighter regulation on prescription drugs
Health Select Committee report calls for tighter regulation of prescription drugs
Mind comments on new NICE guidelines on restraint
It's been clear for years that these guidelines are desperately needed, and their introduction is welcome.
Mind's response to Joint Committee on Human Rights report
This report is a damning indictment of Britain's jails. It brings home the inadequacy of the prison system in coping with the huge rise in vulnerable people awaiting trial or being sentenced to custody.
Christmas for £15.90: Mind reveals staggering levels of hardship for over 22,000 mental health inpatients
Inpatients on downrated benefits can't even afford the basics, let alone Christmas presents