This publication gives an overview of the work the RCN is doing to address the mortality gap between people with serious mental illness and the rest of the population as well as our work towards establishing parity of esteem between mental and physical health.
At RCN Congress 2016 child mental health was debated. Members expressed concern about the current state of children and young people’s mental health across the UK. This publications calls for a range of actions in relation to these concerns and highlights examples of good practice.
Special report showing that mental health services are now under unprecedented strain, experiencing a steep fall in nurse numbers and available beds despite rising demand.
Toolkit providing an outline of the common mental health problems that practitioners may identify in various settings, along with basic information on the knowledge and skills nurses need in order to recognise and care for children and young people who present with possible mental health problems.
Publication aimed at all nurses who are involved in child and adolescent mental health service provision, and those who influence pre- and post-registration nursing education. Highlights the importance of involving young people in shaping service provision, ensuring the environment is appropriate to meet their needs, and the integration across all health care sectors.
Page last updated - 03/08/2019