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Stay Safe + Sound with i-D!

We're launching our new T-shirt to support the NHS today in collaboration with Dover Street Market.
i-D Staff
7.23.20
News

All the positive coronavirus news stories you probably missed

We’ve rounded the most uplifting COVID-19 developments and initiatives from the past week. Because we all need a little bit of a break from the doom and gloom, don’t we?
Roisin Lanigan
5.26.20
Photography

Emotional photographs from inside an NHS hospital

Photographer Lewis Khan offers an unflinching look inside the British healthcare system.
Zoe Whitfield
5.5.20
News

Palace drop a capsule collection to support the NHS

100% of the profits from today’s release will be donated to NHS Charities Together.
Roisin Lanigan
4.28.20
News

PrEP will be available on the NHS from April

It’s already available in Scotland and Wales, but now those living in England will have access to the vital HIV prevention drug, too.
Mahoro Seward
3.16.20
Culture

How TikTok's teens are critiquing mental health services

Videos with the hashtag #CAMHS – standing for child and adolescent mental health services – now total 6.1 million total views as young users share their experiences with overstretched healthcare.
Serena Smith
2.7.20
Think Pieces

is the government finally ready to give youth mental health the attention it needs?

Last week the NHS Long Term plan was announced, promising to give more money and resources to childhood and youth mental health. But is it a step in the right direction or just too little too late?
Emily Reynolds
1.11.19
Think Pieces

the decision to provide cannabis for free on the NHS is a long-overdue step forward

Today it was announced that cannabis could be available on prescription as early as next month -- a vital and necessary development in the treatment of long-term conditions and mental health care.
Roisin Lanigan
10.12.18
Think Pieces

why this tweet about mental health services went viral

Going to A&E in the midst of a mental health crisis, writer Emily Reynolds was turned away with nothing more than a pamphlet. When she tweeted about the absurdly inadequate treatment, the response from others about similar experiences was overwhelming.
Emily Reynolds
8.14.18
News

unsurprisingly, theresa may’s funding boost for the nhs is nowhere near enough

Is it really that hard?
Annie Lord
7.2.18