Most poor mental health isn't anything to do with illness and disease and being sick.
Most mental health is to do with feeling rubbish, transiently, as life's given you a good kicking.
The severe problems (psychotic breakdowns) are few compared to the large number of folk with difficulty coping for a while (but not quite having an anxiety disorder or depressive disorder or whatever).
Thus, as we all know, most mental health work happens in the community and mostly in Primary Care.
It's of interest to me, then, that today it's reported that the Government is keen to whip GPs back in to working nights and weekends.
Will this generate better patient care?