About mindfulness Advocacy resources Public mental health: Evidence, practice and commissioning. Campion J (2019) Royal Society for Public Health. Summary of evidence for public health interventions designed to support a range of providers of public mental health interventions including primary care, secondary mental health care, social care, third sector providers, education providers, employers, criminal justice system, as well as public health and local authorities. Includes 70+ references to mindfulness and may be a good tool for engaging commissioning groups and health boards. A SPENDING REVIEW TO INCREASE WELLBEING An open letter to the Chancellor. Report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Wellbeing Economics (2019). The What Works Centre for Wellbeing. This publication by the APPG on Wellbeing Economics is not only a good source of information, it's also a great example of advocacy masterminded by the former head of the UK Civil Service, Lord Gus O'Donnell, and arch-mental health campaigner Lord Richard Layard. Wellbeing includes everything that is important to people and their lives. We believe therefore that improving wellbeing should serve as a central goal for our society and the overriding aim of government policy. It is what should determine the country’s spending priorities across all departments for the next Spending Round. We say this because wellbeing is what people care most about, which is why it determines how they vote. The evidence is now clear. The main determinant of whether a government gets re-elected is the level of wellbeing – and not the level of employment or of economic growth. State of the Heart Report 2018 (2018) 6 Seconds Declining EQ correlates to diminished wellbeing in the first-ever study of global emotional intelligence trends linked to World Health Organization data. The insights show the value of EQ, highlight a rising threat and "help us to navigate a changing world".