Available for Download! Free Executive Web Briefing, Courtesy of The Echo Group
It is widely accepted that persons living with serious mental illness will die 25 years earlier than the overall population average. Are we missing a larger issue, that of loneliness? By addressing the challenges of loneliness can we increase the life expectancy of persons living with serious mental illness? The first step is to understand the difference between loneliness and choosing to be alone. The UK and the United Nations have been proactively addressing these issues, should we follow suit?
Join Suki Norris, JD, Senior Knowledge Engineer, The Echo Group on Thursday, March 14th at 1:00 pm ET to learn more about the effect of loneliness on the life expectancy of people living with mental illness.