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School of Nursing suggests that veterans who have long-term mental illness could achieve better health outcomes if they are offered a flexible, tailored approach to self management of their medications and care.
Friends told how Marsh's long-term mental illness made life hell for Wendy and Stephanie.
Greta Wilkinson, who had struggled with a long-term mental illness, was found at the family home in Monkmoor, Shropshire, last Wednesday.
The difficulty comes with the genuinely needy and homeless, who often suffer from long-term mental illness.
A supported education program for young adults with long-term mental illness.
The new neighbor: Experiences of living next door to people suffering from long-term mental illness.
She set up bespoke services at the prison to help patients with anxiety, depression, long-term mental illness and severe personality disorders.
If government was serious about tackling the stigma attached to mental health problems that prevent around four out of five people with long-term mental illness finding work - the lowest of any disabled group - it would introduce performance indicators, says Beresford, rather than what he calls "nice to nutters" public education campaigns.