Online mental health services

NHS Choices, April 2015

NHS Choices have produced an overview of online mental health services for depression, anxiety and other conditions which have been approved by NICE.  Research shows that these online services can be just as effective as having face-to-face therapy with a therapist.

You may be able to use these online services for free on the NHS. Ask your GP or contact the services themselves directly to find out. ¬†You can also pay for online mental health support privately if it’s not available on the NHS in your area.

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Physiotherapy Pain Association launches Wikipedia style resource

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, August 2014

CSP professional network the Physiotherapy Pain Association (PPA) is leading The Pain Project, which is a new section of the global online physiotherapy resource. The PPA invites all physios with an interest in the topic to contribute to help evolve practice on a global scale.

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Students 4 Best Evidence

Students 4 Best Evidence (S4BE) is an international network of students from primary school age to university who are interested in learning more about evidence-based healthcare (EBH). The site contains a large number of EBH resources and links, along with blogs and discussion forums.

Click here to view the website.