Mental Health Fair

September 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Lonsdale Community Centre Lonsdale Street, Anlaby Road Hull, HU3 6PA    Part of the Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust’s Big Conversation, led by Emma Hardy MP Pop in to learn more about the mental health support services and how they can help you.

Health inequalities in ageing in rural and coastal areas

The majority of studies reported older people in rural areas experienced reduced rates of mortality compared to other areas, with some contradictory evidence. However, a number of studies found poorer physical health in rural and coastal populations, again with some contradictory evidence. There is some evidence of a slight increase in the prevalence of widespread … Read more

Suicides rise to 16-year high across UK

The rate of suicide in the UK has hit a 16-year high after surging in the past year following half a decade of decline, new figures show. Data from the Office for Nationals Statistics (ONS) reveals 6,507 suicides were registered last year, marking a 12 per cent rise on the previous year and the highest rate since … Read more


Dementia is a term used to describe a collection of symptoms including memory loss, problems with reasoning, perception and communication skills. It can also lead to a reduction in a person’s abilities and skills in carrying out routine activities such as washing, dressing and cooking. To learn more about helping yourself to reduce the risk … Read more

Liaison Mental Health Service in A&E

For the first time, every general hospital in England with a consultant-led A&E department has a liaison mental health service to care for patients in crisis. Click here to find out more in the 4th Annual Survey of Liaison Psychiatry in England.

Better care for people with learning disabilities

Three ways the NHS aims to make care better for people with learning disabilities: 1. Improving people’s quality of life 2. Helping people to live healthier lives 3. Understanding people’s needs What’s your experience? There are lots of ways you can tell us: Twitter  Facebook email: or telephone 01482 499038

Font Resize