If you would like to recommend a resource for our library please fill out this google form or send us an email


We want the SIS Library to be interactive and want you to feel like you can get involved by recommending resources you’ve come across or written yourselves.

It is important that the resources in our library are reliable, accurate, readable and up to date. They do not need to be professionally produced resources however - they can be drawn from personal experiences. 

We can accept the likes of booklets, blogs, leaflets, information sheets, website links, academic papers and other publications. If your resource does not fit into these categories but you still think that they are relevant, please do still submit your resource because our main objective is to provide accurate and useful information and we recognise that this comes from a wide range of resources. 

What will we be thinking about when looking at the recommended resources? 

  • Who wrote the content? Is the resource drawn from a place of experience and/or expertise? - personal experience, charities, clinicians, mental health organisations etc 
  • Is the content up to date?
  • Is there any potential bias within the resource? 
  • Is the content still relevant and up to date?