Forum brings media and mental health professionals together

An absence of broadcast and print content on severe mental illnesses, factually incorrect use of language, and lack of training for official sources were just some of the issues debated at the Headline Media Forum in October.     Media and mental health professionals...

Headline celebrates 10 years and presents its 2017 media awards

Headline held a symposium, A Discussion of Mental Health and Suicide in the Media – Past, Present and Future to celebrate its 10 years in operation on 12th July 2017 at the Hilton Kilmainham hotel in Dublin. The event was hosted by Director of Headline, John Saunders...

Headline news highlights 2nd – 8th May 2017

Suicide   Tens of thousands take part in ‘Darkness into Light’walks across the country Independent.ie, 06-May-2017 Over 150,000 people have taken part in the annual ‘Darkness into Light’ walks and runs across the country. The symbolic 5km walk...

Headline news highlights 24th April – 2nd May 2017

Mental Health   Dáil to debate Mental Health laws laois-nationalist.ie, 02-May-2017 A new bill sponsored by Fianna Fáil aims strengthen the rights of people and children when they’re undergoing psychiatric care in hospital.   One tenth of doctors have suffered...

Headline news highlights 17th – 24th April 2017

Mental health   Speaking up on mental health irishexaminer.com, 24-Apr-2017 Nicola Hynds has been hearing voices since she was a child, but she wants to challenge the stigma of schizophrenia. A few years ago she became an ambassador for See Change, the National Mental...
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