Primary Care Mental Health and Education

  • London
  • United Kingdom
Share on Facebook Share

Admin's Friends

  • Clare Mahoney
  • Helen Richardson
  • simon wade
  • Jane Pendlebury
  • dr sam obasi
  • Aseel Omran ALsabbri
  • Prof.Dr.Rev.Eugene NY Dugbartey
  • Emily Jane Saunders
  • Andrew Michael Reeve
  • Paula Gardiner
  • Sue Shortland
  • Janet Clarke-Lewis
  • Janice Hartley
  • Anthony Robert Bradley
  • odette morris

Admin's Discussions

No Mental Health without Wellbeing

Press release..... No mental health without wellbeing! A primary care perspective on the Department of Health ‘No Health Without Mental Health: Implementation Framework’. Although the 54 page…Continue

Started Aug 3, 2012

Primhe membership: Join Primhe for free!

Join Primhe free! If you are interested in Primhe and its work, I hope you will become a member of this website which enables you to join discussions as well as seeing what Primhe is up to. Primhe…Continue

Started Feb 28, 2011

PRIMHE time for mental health in the NHS by Dr Terri Eynon

Saturday, February 19, 2011PRIMHE time for #mentalhealth in the #NHSSomeone once described PRIMHE as the paramilitary wing of NIMHE. The PRIMHE conference on 17th February 2011 was a great…Continue

Started Feb 23, 2011

Primhe Conference Novotel St Pancreas London 16/02/2011: GREAT SUCCESS !!!!!!
1 Reply

The 2011 Primhe Conference was a great succes with stimulating presentations and workshops Pictures and copies of the presentations are available on the Primhe Website Enjoy the Primhe Sing-a-long…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr Theresa Eynon Feb 19, 2011.

Gifts Received


Admin has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift


Admin's Page

Admin's Blog

Primhe AGM 14th July 2017

It is with great sadness that the Executive Committee of Primhe have decided unanimously to close down the charity.  The charity has had very laudable aims from its inception and has done much to further understanding of mental health issues. This is needed more than ever at this time of austerity and poverty of political thought to empower vulnerable people.   Recent events have undermined the effectiveness of the charity for so long and to such a point that it cannot continue.
We have no doubt that there are other ideas and initiatives emerging which will encourage local changes.  There is a new generation of people prepared to challenge.
The process we now follow is to call an AGM on July 14th at 2.00-4.00pm, location TBC near Euston Station.  We need to make decisions on that date about disbursing remaining funds to similarly minded charities. We need to have 12 members present to be quorate.  If this quoracy does not happen we will call another meeting 6 weeks later where decisions will be made whether or not the meeting is quorate. This is in line with our articles of association.  Members are invited to think about whether they are involved with charities with similar aims to educate primary care and would wish to be considered.
Please book your place as soon as possible to ensure availability by emailing

Posted on June 23, 2017 at 20:00

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of primhe to add comments!

Join primhe

At 14:33 on August 1, 2013, Susan Kersley said…

Thank you. I'm looking forward to the conference in October.


© 2017   Created by Henk Parmentier.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service