New HUG report: Telehealth and Mental Illness in Highland

5th May 2014

Commissioned by NHS Highland, HUG (Action for Mental Health) have produced a report exploring views on the use of Telehealth to deliver mental health services in a predominately remote and rural area.

To inform the report a freelance researcher was hired to:

‘..develop a program that engages with HUG members and other people with mental illness to research the acceptability of using the full range of current modern technologies to receive support from mental health services.’

The report outlines the consultation process and highlights the themes emerging from the consultation discussions.

Download the report: Telehealth and Mental Illness in Highland

HUG are keen to find out whether the findings from their report are reflected across the wider mental health community. To discuss this further contact Graham Morgan, Advocacy Manager gmorgan@spiritadvocacy.org.uk.

You might also be interested in previously published mental health reports by HUG.


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