Monthly Archives: May 2014

On mental health and digital: avoiding all or nothing, not knowing what to back and ‘bigness’

Below is the text of a talk by Mark Brown on the subject of mental health and digital tech at the HANDIHealth Spring symposium at The Royal College of General Practionioners, London on 14th May 2014. I’ve only got a … Continue reading

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On trying to map the politics of mental health

Mark Brown has been trying to work out the political landscape of ideas in mental health. So far, it’s not been easy It’s been a concern of mine for a while that in mental health we don’t really understand the … Continue reading

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