[Photos] Vanguard Mental Health Summit 2022
Naira, fuel scarcity may trigger mental health illness among citizens – NMA
Exercise: A panacea for mental health?
How to know if your man is cheating on you
Suicide, preventable tragedy
Mental Health Chatroom: Readers’ questions for Prof Sheikh
Mental health conditions from psychological trauma (2)
Community service for attempted suicide still punishment — Dr Ogbolu
Mental health conditions from psychological trauma
Mental illness stigma
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Mental health chatroom with Professor Taiwo Sheikh
Welcome to this week’s mental health conversation, this is a chat room where we discuss the basics of our mental health in order for us to understand and have a full grasp of the rudiments of mental health and well-being
Mental Health: Disruptions and Solutions
Many people all over the world are grappling with mental health issues. The World Health Organisation estimates that 450 million people worldwide have a mental disorder and that 25% of the population will suffer from mental illness at some point in their lives.
Health is not just the absence of illness
Welcome to mental health conversations, this is a chat room where we discuss the basics of our mental health in order for us to understand and have a full grasp of the rudiments of mental health and well-being. This is part of our mental health advocacy activities aimed at promoting our wholesome wellness, prevention of […]
Mental health fellowship births in Nigeria
To commemorate this year’s World Mental Health Day held globally on October 10, Kunle Adewale, a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health at the University of California San Francisco, launched the first Mental Health Fellowship in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s suicide rate under-reported, says Dr. Tade
The Deputy Director, Medical Social Services, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, and training coordinator, Suicide Research Prevention Initiative, SUPRIN, Dr. Titilayo Tade, has said suicide rate in Nigeria in 2019 is 6.9/ 100,000, which is higher than 6.5 rate in 2012; but under-reported or miscoded.
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