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Prof Swaran Singh: Media

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  • https://www.britishscienceassociation.org/blog/british-science-festival-hitting-a-mental-health-milestone-at-18?fbclid=IwAR3zaJMhyfAz1bqMzqCfHfLfLimDERBZkC2kU_9PXsElyc4WR9TbkIjo8kY 
  • https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/stories-49155954/i-ll-lose-my-mental-health-care-when-i-turn-18-why 
  • The death of a Tunisian poet and the hidden story of Arab mental health: 1st July, 2019 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-48799905.
  • Time to Change From Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders to Emergency Care Treatment Plans, June 7, 2019 JAMA Netw Open. 2019; 2(6):e195170. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2019.517
  • Inpatient care for young people with mental health issues varies significantly by country– Healthcare Newsdesk. June 7,2019.
  • CAMHS beds provision in the UK 'ranked below eastern Europe' 4/30/2019, cypnow.co.uk/cyp/news/2006661/cahms-beds-provision-in-the-uk-‘ranked-below-eastern-europe.
  • CAMHS beds provision in the UK 'ranked below Eastern Europe: Children & Young People Now 29th April 2019 - UK provision for Child mental health.
  • Study highlights disparity in providing mental health services across EU countries: News Medical 29th April 2019 - UK provision for Child mental health.
  • Inpatient care for young people with mental health issues varies significantly by country: Medical Xpress 29th April 2019 - UK provision for Child mental health.
  • Slovakia, Latvia and Estonia all have more hospital beds than Britain for young people battling serious mental health problems EU research finds: Daily Mail 29th April 2019 - UK provision for Child mental health.
  • Child Mental Health Care 'Varies Across Europe'–And The UK Is Lagging Behind: Huffington Post UK 29th April 2019 - UK provision for Child mental health.
  • UK lags behind other European countries in providing beds for CAHMS patients, research finds: Healthcare Leader 29th April 2019 - UK provision for Child mental health.
  • £1.5 million grant awarded to tackle psychosis in India: Asian Today 20th July 2017,19th July 2017.
  • £1.5 million grant awarded to tackle psychosis in India: Asian Express 18th July 2017.
  • £ 1.5 million grant to tackle psychosis in India: ETHealthWorld 17th July 2017.
  • University of Warwick researchers receive £1.5 million grant to tackle psychosis in India: News Medical Life Sciences, 15th July 2017 - Warwick research on psychosis.
  • £1.5 million grant awarded to tackle psychosis in India 14 July 2017: AlphaGalileo 15th July 2017.
  • £1.5 Million Grant Awarded to Tackle Psychosis in India: Newswise 14th July 2017 - Warwick research on psychosis.
  • The BBC interview for the upcoming flagship conference (attached) on 'Law & Multicultural Medicine'on 8 July, 2017 at Coventry University Law School, features two of our distinguished speakers representing Multicultural Medicine & Law respectively: Professor Swaran Singh, Head (Mental Health & Well Being) University of Warwick Medical School, Dawn Brathwaite,Partner(Healthcare) Mills & Reeve LLP, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p055nrxh.
  • Brexit: in this hour of crisis and dismay, 12:50, 29 Jul 2016 updated 10:14, 1 Aug 2016 by Swaran Singh: Birmingham Post 29th July 2016 - Mental health and responses to EU referendum vote.
  • Regularly changing schools puts children at risk of psychotic symptoms, says Warwick University, 08:52, 2 June 2016: Coventry Telegraph 2nd June 2016 - Risk to children who regularly change schools.
  • UK research links school moves to psychosis: Sky News Australia 17th May 2016.
  • Frequent school moves linked to teenage psychosis: Asian Image 16th May 2016.
  • School moves linked to teenage psychosis: Courier Mail Australia 16th May 2016
  • School moves linked to teenage psychosis: Daily Telegraph Australia 16th May 2016.
  • Changing schools harms Mental Health: The News Matrix, 16th May 2016.
  • Frequent school moves linked to teenage psychosis: Mail Online 16th May 2016.
  • School moves linked to teenage psychosis: The Australian 16th May 2016 - School moves linked to teenage psychosis.
  • Arts News Psychosis is explored in play: The Herald 22nd October 2015 - Mental health play.
  • 400 am: Exorcism at the sacred manhole in Croydon: Sun 7th October 2014 - Backstreet Exorcisms.
  • Moving school frequently can have a serious impact on students’ wellbeing: British Journal of School Nursing 1st March 2014 - Regular school moves impacts mental health.
  • Extra Risk in School Move: Daily Echo 27th February 2014 - Frequent school moves effects child mental health.
  • Frequent school moves can up risk of psychotic symptoms later: Business Standard 2 March, 2014 - Frequent school moves.
  • The alarming impact of frequent school moves: SecEd 27th February 2014 - Frequent school moves
  • Study: Frequent School Changes May Increase Psychotic Symptoms-East Idaho News 20th February 2014 - Frequent changes, unstable children.
  • Health Notes: Daily Mirror 27th February 2014.
  • Frequent school moves may harm mental health- South China Morning Post 26th February 2014.
  • Frequent school moves may harm kids' mental health: My Fox Detroit 23rd February 2014.
  • Children who move school often ‘at risk’: Coventry Telegraph 21st February 2014 - Frequent school moves can lead to psychosis.
  • Changing schools makes kids psychotic: The Times of India 20th February 2014 - Frequent school moves can lead to psychosis.
  • Psychotic traits in young linked to changing schools: BBC News Health, 19th February 2014.
  • Frequent school moves can increase the risk of psychotic symptoms in early adolescence: Health Canal 19th February 2014.
  • Frequently moving schools during childhood can increase risk of psychotic symptoms in later years: News Medical 19th February 2014.
  • For Children, Switching Schools Often Leads to Psychotic Symptoms: Nature World News 18th February 2014.
  • Rutland Times 2nd November 2013 - Rutland Guru Nanak Annual Lecture: The village of Wing welcomed a wide range of Sikh, Hindu and Muslim guests to an annual event.