Wales On average less than half of trainee GPs in Wales – 45% – did training in a mental health setting in 2015, according to new figures. The details came from a freedom of information request by charity Mind Cymru to Welsh Government-funded medical educator, the Wales Deanery. Mind said none of the hours […]
Young people’s mental health services across the UK are in dire straits.
A recent report by the Royal College of Nursing showed that government spending cuts have led to the loss of more than 3,300 mental health posts over the last four years and 1,500 fewer beds than in 2010.
A report by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) revealed worrying increases in the number of young people being treated in adult psychiatric wards.