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The Government has announced a £15m investment in a three year programme to train people in mental health first aid.

The scheme aims to train up to a million people in basic mental health first aid techniques.

The Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead is establishing a new ‘Arts in Hospitals’ programme. The programme is looking for musicians to support the programme and is seeking to develop a multi-artform offer over time.

The Care Quality Commission’s annual State of Care report has been published.

Creative Scotland has published new research into the impact of taking part in creative programmes on young people.

The Information Commissioner’s Office has launched a telephone advice line to help charities and small organisations prepare for the new data-protection law the General Data Protection Regulation which comes into force next April.

Figures released by the Office for National Statistics show an increase in reported wellbeing for people in England.

The King’s Fund has published a new animation explaining how the NHS is structured and delivered.

NHS England has produced new guidance for NHS providers (including hospitals, primary care, and general practice and community services) on how best to work with volunteers.

This year's national public health awards included two for University College London and Canterbury Christ Church University for its Museums on Prescription programme, as well as a special award for actor Michael Sheen, for his work to

The new Memorandum of Understanding highlights four key principles: an integrated, place-based approach; building capacity and resilience of the arts and culture sector and the creative industries; extending access to arts and culture;