Publication of the No Health Without Mental Health: Implementation Framework
The RSPH has supported and contributed to a new mental health implementation framework, which sets out what organisations can do to make the 6 high-level objectives of the Governments mental health strategy “No Health Without Mental Health” a reality.
The framework sets out :-
- What changes are needed to turn the strategy into a reality
- How progress in implementing the strategy will be measured and reported
- What local organisations can do to implement the strategy
- How local action will be aided by Government and other national organisations
The Royal Society for Public Health will develop a range of accessible, short training programmes and a linked accredited qualification to support the implementation of the framework. The programme will focus on increasing awareness about mental health and wellbeing within the many professions, practitioner groups and organisations in the voluntary, public and private sectors who work to improve population health and wellbeing. It will aim to strengthen capacity and capability to provide universal and targeted support at community and workplace level and be aligned with existing peer-to-peer approaches such as health champions and community connectors.
The RSPH Level 2 Award in Understanding Mental Health and Wellbeing will be available later this year. If you are interested in registering to find out more please email Richard Burton at email@example.com
If you would like more details on the RSPH's training programmes please register your interest with Gina Mohajer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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