Glasgow Anti-Stigma Partnership: a 5 year programme report

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    Report on the Glasgow Anti-Stigma Partnership. The Anti-Stigma partnership was established over 4 years ago to provide a new approach to addressing mental health stigma, discrimination and inequalities. It is core funded by Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS and unites over 100 local, regional and national organisations into a community of practice and learning. Through community workshops, peer research, arts festivals, workplace training, school lessons, and muchmore, we have engaged in direct dialogue with tens of thousands of people.
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationGlasgow
    PublisherNHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
    Number of pages11
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Keywords

    • mental health
    • stigma
    • mental health services

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    Quinn, Neil ; Knifton, Lee. / Glasgow Anti-Stigma Partnership : a 5 year programme report. Glasgow : NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, 2009. 11 p.
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    Quinn N, Knifton L. Glasgow Anti-Stigma Partnership: a 5 year programme report. Glasgow: NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, 2009. 11 p.