Emma Bailey

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About Emma Bailey

Emma project manages & coordinates Equally Well UK.

Onwards and upwards: exercise and mental health during Covid-19

2020-05-29T11:24:47+00:00

Ben Russell, Expert by Experience Group member for Equally Well UK So, the problem with hearing voices is that they’re distracting. Either whispering to me [...]

Onwards and upwards: exercise and mental health during Covid-192020-05-29T11:24:47+00:00

NEWS: Equally Well UK publishes guide to physical health for people living with severe mental illness during Covid-19

2020-05-06T12:18:33+00:00

6 May 2020 Equally Well UK has today published a guide for people who are living with a mental illness about maintaining physical health during [...]

NEWS: Equally Well UK publishes guide to physical health for people living with severe mental illness during Covid-192020-05-06T12:18:33+00:00

Equally Well UK welcomes Prof Wendy Burn as the new Clinical Group Chair

2020-04-29T12:01:06+00:00

Equally Well UK, a collaboration working towards equal physical health for people with a severe mental illness, is delighted to announce Prof Wendy Burn as [...]

Equally Well UK welcomes Prof Wendy Burn as the new Clinical Group Chair2020-04-29T12:01:06+00:00

Positive mental health during self-isolation for Coronavirus / Covid-19

2020-03-27T09:17:41+00:00

Peter Byrne has been an NHS consultant psychiatrist for over 20 years, working mostly in general hospitals. These are worrying times: extraordinary measures to contain [...]

Positive mental health during self-isolation for Coronavirus / Covid-192020-03-27T09:17:41+00:00

Bridging the gap: bringing diabetes and mental health care together

2020-03-17T12:43:26+00:00

Linda Nazarko, Nurse Consultant Physical Health Care at West London NHS Trust People with mental health problems are more likely to have physical health problems [...]

Bridging the gap: bringing diabetes and mental health care together2020-03-17T12:43:26+00:00

Smoking cessation support for people with severe mental illness

2020-04-29T08:29:48+00:00

Christian Demaine-Stone, Darzi Fellow working with Equally Well UK I am a Darzi fellow: an experienced manager /clinician funded by Health Education England to embark [...]

Smoking cessation support for people with severe mental illness2020-04-29T08:29:48+00:00

Mental health trusts need to do more to help smokers with mental health conditions quit

2019-11-07T16:14:30+00:00

Ciaran Osborne, Director of Policy and Pretty Rahman, Communications Manager at Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Many of us struggle to manage our physical and mental [...]

Mental health trusts need to do more to help smokers with mental health conditions quit2019-11-07T16:14:30+00:00

y-QUIT: a resource to support people experiencing psychosis who want to stop smoking

2019-09-18T11:35:53+00:00

Dr David Shiers This is the latest addition to RIGHT FROM THE START, a set of resources aiming to equip service users and families with [...]

y-QUIT: a resource to support people experiencing psychosis who want to stop smoking2019-09-18T11:35:53+00:00

King’s Health Partners Deliver a Successful Equally Well UK Event

2019-06-21T16:10:49+00:00

Sophie Gray, Senior Project Manager at Mind & Body, King’s Health Partners King’s Health Partners and our partner Trusts signed up to the national Equally [...]

King’s Health Partners Deliver a Successful Equally Well UK Event2019-06-21T16:10:49+00:00

Why achieving parity of esteem must be viewed as a collaborative effort

2019-05-21T09:11:29+00:00

A new publication from the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Tim Coupland, a mental health nurse, leads for the RCN’s Parity of Esteem Programme and [...]

Why achieving parity of esteem must be viewed as a collaborative effort2019-05-21T09:11:29+00:00

Putting the mouth back in the body – why oral health matters in mental health care

2019-05-13T07:56:20+00:00

 Sara Hurley, CDO England It is an uncomfortable fact that people with mental health difficulties are disproportionately affected by poor oral health (Kisely et al., [...]

Putting the mouth back in the body – why oral health matters in mental health care2019-05-13T07:56:20+00:00