Campaign to end loneliness

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The power of community and connection amidst the cost of living crisis

Many of us across the UK are feeling the growing impact of energy, food and fuel price rises. The decrease in disposable income not only makes it harder to make ends meet but can lead to pressure on social activities and reduce opportunities to connect with others. This blog explores some of the impacts of…
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Can changes to features of the local neighbourhood improve loneliness and mental health?

Yung-Chia Hsueh, UCL Division of Psychiatry and Dr Alexandra Pitman, UCL Division of Psychiatry; Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust summarise findings from their systematic review which aimed to bring together the research literature describing the effectiveness, acceptability and potential harms of community interventions that target place-based factors to address loneliness and mental health.  Humans…
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