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Promoting Mental Health Science & Accessible Services

Promoting Mental Health Science & Accessible Services

  • Date09 June 2021

Prof Frank Keating was interviewed by the Evening Standard on the taboos, fear and cultural barriers which have stopped some communities from seeking mental health support during Covid-19 lockdowns.

Challenging stereotypes about mental health and stigma, Prof Keating emphasised the importance of mental health services being responsive and genuinely accessible. 

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/mental-health-black-asian-minority-ethnic-lockdown-b938419.html

In May Prof Keating participated in MQ Mental Health Science Summit in collaboration with Wellcome. The summit is one of the largest international scientific meetings dedicated to the promotion of mental health science, multidisciplinary collaboration and the inclusion of those with lived experience.

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