This latest edition of Black Mental Health UK’s (BMH UK) online magazine looks at the findings of the high profile inquest verdict into the death of mental health service user Sean Rigg. INQUEST’s co-director Deborah Coles examines how this case can bring about positive change in the way statutory services and the police treat people who use mental health services.
Packed full of exclusives, this August/September edition includes expert advice from Harley Street urologists Dr Frank Chinegwundoh, whose feature on prostate cancer awareness details information that every man needs to know.
NSUN’s feature on service user involvement offers ways in which people can get involved in making a positive difference in the way services are delivered.
This editions menu’s page features food writer Chris De La Rosa showcasing exciting new Caribbean dishes that are guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds.
Our poetry page gives voice to the rarely heard service user experience as well as celebrating Jamaica’s 50 years of independence, and an exclusive feature with Dr Doirean Wilson gives insights into how her ground breaking research could herald the dawn of more harmonious working environments.
Matilda MacAttram editor in chief of BMH UK’s The Solution Magazine said: ‘BMH UK’s fifth edition of The Solution Magazine gives insight on the latest development on mental health and social justice issues affecting black Britain that you will not find anywhere else.
Our analysis of the Sean Rigg Inquest verdict makes for essential reading for professionals in this sector and anyone whose life is touched by this issue. An exclusive on the ground breaking S.O.U.L Radio; The first ever one touch, interactive online station to be launched in the UK, celebrates the best in innovation and community activism.
This editions community, service user and campaigns pages are a must read for anyone wanting to get the latest of what’s ‘happening’ in this community.
A must read for anyone in the mental health, social care or police sectors, BMH UK’s The Solution Magazine gives you the low down on what matters most to Briton’s Black communities.’