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Mindset Magazine Available for Digital Institutional Subscriptions

By Jess Browne-Swinburne

26 Jan 2021

Institutions around the world can now subscribe to the digital edition of Mindset, a new revolutionary publication dedicated to the health of the mind. Comprising every issue of the back catalogue, the archive is accessible through the Exact Editions platform and features a comprehensive search function and cross-platform access.

Published quarterly, Mindset reports on all aspects of mental health; from prevention, diagnosis, treatments and rehabilitation to workplace initiatives and financial and legal advice. In their aim to position themselves at the forefront of positive changes in society’s understanding and treatment of mental wellbeing, the publication is advised by a world class Editorial Advisory Board that includes members drawn from many different fields of mental health, each bringing a wealth of experience to inform, advise and guide.

The Exact Editions platform allows users to read, search and browse back issues at the click of a button across web, iOS and Android devices, rendering the new Mindset archive an important educational resource for institutions of all kinds.

Mindset is available in the Exact Editions institutional shop here.

Editor Fiona North said: “Throughout the unprecedented period of the Covid-19 pandemic, our collective mental health has been challenged. Digital distribution will be key to ensuring that Mindset’s content is seen by as many students and professionals as possible; our crucial goal in these ongoing tough times.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, commented: “We’re delighted to be supporting Mindset in their mission to remove the taboos around mental health. The magazine is slick and easy-to-navigate across all digital devices and the subject matter is of paramount importance, especially amongst students whose wellbeing has been so heavily challenged this year.”

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