Argue with an Academic: Professor Edgar Jones on the Stigma Around Mental Health

In recent years, severe mental disorders have proved remarkably resistant to attempts to find effective medicines. The therapeutic revolution of the 1950s offered treatments for both psychosis and depression and it was expected that these pioneering drugs would be followed by a succession of innovative products. Although there have been a number of improvements, no step change in medicinal science has transformed the management of mental illness in the last half century. Continue reading “Argue with an Academic: Professor Edgar Jones on the Stigma Around Mental Health”