Sarah is an Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Clinical Mental Health Sciences and Mental Health Sciences Research MScs in the Division of Psychiatry at UCL. She is originally from New Zealand and previously worked as a Postdoctoral Research Worker at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London. Sarah’s research interests include self-harm, harm-minimisation for self-harm, personality and help-seeking. She loves cake, hates running (but does it anyway), and occasionally tweets @KiwiRowebot
Millie Witcher and Sarah Rowe appraise a randomised controlled trial on the effect of low-intensity treatments for self-harm among people with suicidal ideation, which has some important findings.[read the full story...]
Today is the start of Digital Mental Health week, so look out for blogs, webinars, podcasts and loads of social media on the latest digital mental health research #DigiMHweek!
We start with Sarah Rowe blogging about a qualitative study that explores users’ experiences of an online intervention for bipolar disorder.[read the full story...]
Alexandra Pitman and Sarah Rowe publish their debut elf blog on a brand new systematic review and meta-analysis looking at sexual orientation and suicidal behaviour in adolescents and young adults.
This is the fifth in a series of Mental Elf blogs produced in partnership with the British Journal of Psychiatry.[read the full story...]