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Mental health awareness week
National Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event, which provides an opportunity to focus on achieving good mental health. The Mental Health Foundation in the U.K. started the event 21 years ago. A couple of years down the line, World Mental Health Day was observed for the first time on October 10, 1992. This started as an annual activity of the World Federation for Mental Health by the then Deputy Secretary-General Richard Hunter. The day is officially commemorated every year on October 10.
Mental Health Awareness Week is is about starting conversations about mental health and the things in our daily lives that can affect us.The week is also a chance to talk about any aspect of mental health that people want to, regardless of the theme.
 National Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 - Together we can tackle loneliness
One in four adults feels lonely some or all of the time. There’s no single cause and there’s no one solution - we’re all different. But, the longer we feel lonely, the more we are at risk of mental health problems. Some people are also at a higher risk of feeling lonely than others. Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 is raising awareness of the impact of loneliness on our mental health and the practical steps we can take to address it.
For specific guidance on this year's theme of loneliness visit: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week/loneliness-help-and-advice
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- Health and safety.
- CIOB responds to CITB mental health and wellbeing report.
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- Occupational health.
- Public health.
- Managing stressful issues in construction.
- Mental health and wellbeing.
- Mental health in the construction industry
- Understanding and managing workplace stress is critically important to civil engineers.
- Understanding mental health in the built environment.
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