PROOF THAT EPA AND NOT DHA WORKS AS BREAKTHROUGH FOR FISH OILS !
For a long time now, some of Manchester Users Network’s (MUN) members have been taking with the knowledge and support of their consultants fish oils rich in Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).
Four years ago Professor B.K. Puri, a Consultant at Hammersmith Hospital and Imperial College London, who is the author of over 100 scientific papers and more than 20 books, gave a lecture to members of the Department of Works and Pensions (NSIP), on the benefits he had been able to show upon MRI scans.
Manchester Users Network Will hold its ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING [AGM]: 2011/12 Counting the votes we welcome Douglas Inchbold. Public Health Development Manager. Douglas has helped to improve mental health services for many years and promote User (Patient) Involvement. Park House, Crumpsall Hospital (NMGH) Delaunay’s Rd, Crumpsall, Manchester. M8 5RB The Meeting is MUN’s AGM and […]
MEETING AT THE OFFICES OF MANCHESTER USERS NETWORK Park House, Crumpsall Hospital (NMGH) Delaunay’s Rd, Crumpsall, Manchester. M8 5RB The Meeting is an information Meeting and all members are welcome! Wednesday 14 TH November 2012 Time: 01:30pm prompt. Ring office on the day of the meeting on Tel: 0161-918-4343 or Tel: 07748115989 at all other […]
BY: Paul Reed. At today’s Annual general Meeting of Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust, held at the Premier Inn, Manchester, Old Trafford Hotel Non-Executive Chair Director Wyn Dignan; announced the appointment of the new Chief Executive, who will take the place of Jackie Daniel who resigned from the post last month, she now is […]
By: Paul Reed Members of Manchester Mental Health Unison Branch, last weekend ordered its printers to print thousands of pamphlets that are calling upon its members to attend a Public Meeting to discuss with members of the public and their health workers, who have concerns that lives will be lost as a direct result of cuts being made […]
Several of us are tentatively seeking to take forward further exploration of how we behave towards mental ill health in our meetings and how we can perhaps offer support to each other in a more creative and confident way than we are currently able to.
People’s lives can be devastated by poor mental health. They may be in touch with mental health services and they may not. In either case peoples experiences show us that acknowledging one’s spiritual self can be a force for change/good, aiding recovery from debilitating and milder distress. Here a user of Oldham services and a […]
Running For A Good Causes! On Sunday members of MUN were at the Bupa Great Manchester Run 2012 to watch Alan Hartman run. The Chair age 64, who will be a pensioner in November, ran a respectable time of 01:10:20 . Alan has been sponsed by lots of friends of MUN and the money that […]
The story below appeared in The Big Issue. Two years on the MunReporter invites it’s readers to read again this well reserch report by a well known and respected Northern journalist, Helen Clifton. With locked wards and despite all the promises made to patients about Mainway, it now seems those promises made to trusting service users […]
Stopping smoking could save you £500 in the New Year thanks to the Manchester Stop Smoking Service. Come along to one of our free coffee morning to get free, confidential support, from a community stop smoking and if you stop smoking for 10 weeks and you could be saving up to £400 of your own money. […]
“GATHERING STORM” Part 3 “Scarlet & True” Tuesday 6th December 2011 at 11am- 3pm on Old Church Street Newton Heath Manchester. Save Edale Hospital Unit and Stop The Massive Life Threatening Cuts to Manchester Mental Health Services. The Fight For Edale The campaign to save Edale Hospital Unit will be next ‘gathering outside of […]