Designing through experience

How service users are helping to create a new generation of supportive mental health facilities

picture of Cygnet Health Care involves service users in almost every aspect of building design, including interior colour choices and type of furniture

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Plans for new mental health unit in Wales are unveiled

£64m inpatient unit planned for Glan Clwyd Hospital

Green light for new inpatient mental health facilities at London hospital

Lambeth Hospital acute adult psychiatric services to move to purpose-built facility at Maudsley Hospital

Improving mental health for older people in a woodland setting

20-bed older people's mental health unit planned at Alderney Hospital in Poole

Case study: The Priory better serves clients with IT service automation

Mental health provider upgrades to new enterprise service management platform from Ivanti

Approval for St Ann’s Hospital eating disorders unit

Medical Architecture-designed facility to increase number of beds available in the area

New centre of excellence for children and young people’s mental health

Plans unveiled for world-leading adolescent mental health facility at Maudsley Hospital

Priory invests £1m in new mental health ward

Facility at world-famous Roehampton Hospital built to cater for 12-17-year-olds

Green light for new £150m mental health facilities at Springfield University Hospital

South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust secure government approval to start work on two new state- ...

Challenges to specification in mental health

Dwindling capital does not mean building design has to suffer. Jerry Smith, director of Primera Life, explains why ...

A window to the world of mental health

This article looks at how the emergence of vision panels has revolutionised mental health care and showcases the latest ...

How technology can improve psychiatric services

Valentin Tablan, vice president of artificial intelligence at Ieso Digital Health, discusses the potential impact of ...

Princess Royal visits Essex to mark fundraising drive for specialist autism centre

Six new homes will be specially designed to meet the needs of people on the autistic spectrum