Mental health: Are we coping with the coronavirus?
The extent of the psychological fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has yet to fully show itself, but some experts warn that forecasts of a tsunami of new referrals are premature
In June the College of Psychiatrists published the findings of a survey of its members that showed an increase in mental health referrals and relapse among those with mental illness following the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions.
The college said that its members were witnessing a “worrying increase in referrals” as well as an increase in urgent and acute presentations to specialist mental health services. A previously predicted surge in mental illness presentations looked increasingly...
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