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Newsletter Resources – Mental Health in the Workplace and Health & Wellbeing

Our February edition of In Equilibrium featured two external resources for the areas of Mental Health in the Workplace and Health & Wellbeing:

Making Up Our Minds: Towards Improving Our Approach to Mental Health
8 conservative MP’s have come together and each written an essay to support the action to improve mental health and ensure people with mental health problems have a fair chance in life.  The 8 essays can be downloaded from the Centre for Mental Health’s website.

Fitness for Work: the Government response to “Health at Work – an independent review of sickness absence”
The Government’s response to the independent review which was carried out by Dame Carol Black and David Frost CBE last year has been published.  The paper also looks at how the recommendations fit into a broader strategy to support the health and wellbeing of the working age population.

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