The NHS is hugely underfunded, understaffed and ineffective; with insufficient degree of care given to mental care
According to a report by The Mental Health Foundation (MHF, Fundamental Facts About Mental Health, 2015):
“Only 5.5% of UK health research spending goes to mental health study. With one in four adults suffering a mental health issue, there is an obvious imbalance.”
The UK is in a mental health crisis and millions of people across the country suffer in some way with mental health issues, in the following ways:
Patients face long waits and insufficient care
Many regions do not have the correct services to treat people
People are misdiagnosed and ignored
According to HuffPost, putting the NHS back in public hands could go a long way in resolving problems in the NHS. However, this could only have a small but positive effect on mental health care and treatment, without a huge increase of focus on mental health itself.
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