Mental Health Today Online 2021

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Mental Health Today Online 2021

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Mental Health Today is pleased to offer these 6 sessions from our 2021 online event; this is an exciting opportunity to learn about the impact of COVID 19 on social care and the overwhelming impact this has had on the individual mental health of so many. See below for this outstanding list of diverse speakers.

One year ago, mental health was already high on the agenda for policymakers and organisational leads. However, arguably mental health is now even more of a burning issue that only can be addressed by mental health professionals, policy, and best practice.

That is why we invite you to this year’s event to continue the momentum made and bring together voices advocating further systemic change.

Once registered you will have access to the 6 talks via “Course Content” through “My Account”

Session Descriptions 

Once registered you will have access to the 6 talks via “Course Content” through “My Account”

Free Talk – Panel Discussion 

Are we facing a tsunami of mental illness or are we experiencing collective trauma.

Ewan Hilton
Ewan HiltonChief Executive of Platfform
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Ewan Hilton is the Chief Executive of Platfform. He has worked in the charity sector in Wales since he moved to Cardiff when he was 19. Ewan has always worked for organisations with a social purpose, he became aware of the gross lack of equality and social justice as a child and this has driven what he does now and how he has lived ever since.
Ann John
Ann JohnProfessor
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Ann holds a personal chair in Public Health and Psychiatry and is based in Population Data Science. She is a clinical epidemiologist with a background in public health and general practice. Her research focuses on suicide and self-harm prevention and the risks, protective factors and life course outcomes of children and young adults’ mental health. She leads the MQ funded Adolescent Mental Health Data Platform and the Suicide Information Database-Cymru. She is a Principal Investigator of the National Centre for Mental Health and the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health.