@MentalHealthCop has started blogging

I’m pleased to see that a Twitter account that’s been consistently interesting, Mental Health Cop, is now available in more-than-140-characters form.

The author is a police inspector with a professional interest in mental health issues. Definitely a blog to bookmark.



While Z has been writing up the fantastic post about the Mind New Media awards, I’ve also been busy.

As well as contributing to the new College of Social Work blog here I’ve also written up ‘how I became an AMHP’ for the Guardian Social Care Network and have written a guest post on a new blog ‘Connecting Social Care and Social Media’ here about why I think social workers should use social media.

And while I’m at it, a heads up and thanks to Max Neill who included this site in  his Carnival of Personalisation in Health and Social Care which is an interesting link to a wide range of sites that relate to the issue of changing delivery of services in Adult Social Care and increasingly Health services.