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09:59 | 18th November 2017

News: UK

Fri 20 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I had a concern about some of the language and how it could be read, as if just because you belong to a certain community you will have a mental health problem. We need to be careful.

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The NHS in Lothian Scotland has warned its staff to aware of language used when using the areas latest to scheme aimed towards helping the gay community with mental health services.

After recently announcing a strategy to help the local gay community with coping with mental health issues and other hate crime incidents. They hope to offer services to help gay people suffering with depression, but an NHS boss has urged workers to take care when using certain language.

According to Scotsman.com, Vice-chairman Eddie Egan said: "I had a concern about some of the language and how it could be read, as if just because you belong to a certain community you will have a mental health problem.

We need to be careful."

 

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