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The law in England and Wales treats bereaved families like second class citizens when they need to claim compensation after the death of a loved one who has been killed simply because someone was negligent.
A new study by the Institute of Psychiatry suggests that 24% of new cases of psychosis are resulting from use of high potency ‘skunk-like’ cannabis.
The Marsh Christian Trust has worked with Rethink for a number of years to reward professionals working in the field of mental health. The 2011 award seeks to reward a leading academic for outstanding mental health research.
ESRC: The crucial role of social science