National Elf Service podcasts feature interviews with leading health and social care experts: researchers, clinicians, practitioners and experts by experience.
Amir Sariaslan talks to Derek Tracy and André Tomlin about his recent study: Neighborhood influences on violent reoffending risk in released prisoners diagnosed with psychotic disorders. The discussion also broadens out to discuss causal inference in social epidemiology.[read the full story...]
Live podcast from the #WomenAndDrugs event that took place in York on 2nd June 2017. Some of the country’s leading experts on mental health and substance abuse gathered at the University of York to “end the silence” surrounding women and addiction.[read the full story...]
Professor Sonuga-Barke discusses his ERA study, published today in The Lancet: Child-to-adult neurodevelopmental and mental health trajectories after early life deprivation: the young adult follow-up of the longitudinal English and Romanian Adoptees study.[read the full story...]
Sara Ketteley, Steven Marwaha and Keith Hawton discuss the findings of the fourth national survey of the mental health of English households. The conversation covers general psychiatric morbidity, bipolar disorder, self-harm, suicide and the impact of austerity on mental illness. The full APMS report can be downloaded here: Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey: Survey of Mental Health [read the full story…]
In this interactive Mental Health Question Time, a family carer, a voluntary sector leader, a journal editor, a health economist and doctors of different backgrounds gave their perspectives on whether scarce resources for research should focus exclusively on finding cures for dementia.[read the full story...]