Short Cuts: Shift in public attitude to mental health welcomed

The Department of Health has welcomed the findings of a survey of the attitude of 2,000 adults to mental illness as showing a 'small but significant shift' in public opinion. The survey found that 24 per cent thought anybody with a history of mental health problems should be excluded from ...

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