Graduate student Lam Huynh from the Graduate Program in Sustainability Science at the University of Tokyo and team conducted a systematic literature review of 301 academic articles exploring the connections between nature and human well-being.
#Covid in Prison: Revealing the Dark Impact of the Pandemic
“one of the darkest and most hidden results of the pandemic, the true effects of extreme lockdown and confinement on prisoners and ultimately, on the public .” – Mark Johnson User Voice
Circadian Rhythms – Light & Darkness
” I was thinking how a lot of people in western civilizations never experience real darkness these days. “
Connecting With Everyday Nature
psychological distress and lower life evaluations were more prevalent in countries like those of the UK that adopted strategies aimed at suppressing the virus compared to those with strategies to eliminate Covid-19
Wellbeing Survey Designed by Farmers & Crofters Launched
“Our hope is to launch the “Farmstrong” model here in Scotland, in 2022/23, developed for farmers by farmers.” John Scott
Support for Scotland’s Veterans
The Scottish Government has announced funding support of £1.4 million for Combat Stress and a further £666,000 for Veterans First Point.
Mental Health Services in Scotland Under Increasing Pressure
“I know from my own inbox the number of people seeking help with mental health difficulties continues to increase”
Talking Helps: Mental Health Support
People in Orkney who are feeling anxious or who are struggling to cope are being encouraged to seek support by the Scottish Government’s Principal Medical Officer for Mental Health.
Mental Health Support
Support and information
Schools & Covid: Getting the Balance Right
“Every time we teach a child something, we keep him from inventing it himself.” Jean Piaget