In this blog, Sarah Carr examines a systematic review into the psychosocial factors that help and hinder mental health recovery and discusses implications for policy.[read the full story...]
The value of family meals
Helen Bould appraises a recent systematic review, which investigates the effects of family meal frequency on psychosocial outcomes in young people.[read the full story...]
Woodland walks and your ‘Elf
Kirsten Lawson dons her walking boots and reports on the national Walks for Health (WfH) programme, which has been investigated in an observational study looking at the mental, emotional and social well-being of people who participate in woodland walks.[read the full story...]
Do parent training programmes improve the health of parents?
The findings of this recent Cochrane review support the use of parenting programmes to improve the short-term psychosocial wellbeing of parents.[read the full story...]