The article shows how mental health organisations across Ireland can improve the quality of care for their patients and the community.
The article also outlines how organisations can identify and recruit top-notch mental health practitioners and supports across the country.
It also explains how the Government and Health Service Executive can better support the mental health community.
Mental Health Agency for Northern Ireland, Mental Health Board of Ireland, National Mental Health Alliance (NMHA) and Irish Mental Health Association (IMHA) were named in the article.
Read more about mental health article The mental health profession is currently at the heart of Northern Ireland’s social, economic and political problems.
The mental wellbeing of the people of Northern Irish society has been compromised by a lack of mental health services.
Mental health professionals need to be able to work with local communities to improve the wellbeing of their patients.
In particular, the mental wellbeing and wellbeing of communities and individuals are critical in achieving sustainable social cohesion and economic prosperity.
Mental illness is the fourth leading cause of death in Northern Ireland.
This is a high-risk and high-reward situation for the mental and emotional health of the community, as well as the wider society.
This article is part of a series examining the challenges and opportunities for mental health agencies and the wider health and wellbeing sector in Northern Irish Government and Government of Ireland policies and legislation.