Coronavirus (COVID-19): mental health – transition and recovery plan (Scotland)

The Scottish Government have released a plan in response to the mental health impacts of Covid-19. It addresses the challenges that the pandemic has had, and will continue to have, on the population’s mental health.

Chapters are as follows:

  1. Whole Population Mental Health
  2. Employment
  3. Ensuring Equity and Equality
  4. Socio-Economic Inequalities
  5. Relationships
  6. Children, Young People and Families
  7. Women and Girls’ Mental Health
  8. People With Long-Term Physical Health Conditions and Disabilities
  9. Older People
  10. People Who Have Suffered Bereavement and Loss
  11. Distress Interventions
  12. Suicide Prevention
  13. Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery from Covid-19 Infection
  14. A Long-Term, Trauma-Informed Approach to Recovery
  15. Digital Innovations
  16. Mental Health Services
  17. Forensic Mental Health Services
  18. Mental Health Law

Find the full report (in English) here. 

Data Sources, Governmental / Institutional / Public Health Statutory Body Document, Policy & Policy Analysis
Communicable diseases, Groups that experience vulnerability: women, ethnic minorities, LGBTI+, migrants, disability, Mental health, addiction
United Kingdom

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