In her debut blog, Linda Kaye summarises a paper that presents a youth mental health research priority setting exercise, which finds that research should be focussing on screen use not screen time.[read the full story...]
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PTSD, anxiety and depression in UK frontline health care workers during COVID-19
In his debut blog, Will Kapurura summarises a paper that explores the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of healthcare workers in the UK during the early part of the 2020 pandemic.[read the full story...]
Loneliness in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic: All the lonely people, where [in Canada] do they all come from?
Heather McClelland reviews a recent study which explores who is most likely to experience loneliness in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic.[read the full story...]
First-hand experiences of taking antipsychotics: findings from a large online survey
Georgie Buswell summarises a cross-sectional study, which used open questions to try and understand people’s lived experiences of taking antipsychotic drugs.[read the full story...]
Eating disorder symptoms and suicidality: is there a significant association within the student population?
In his debut blog, Jack Wainwright explores a study that finds an association between eating disorders and suicidality in US college students.[read the full story...]
Stress and mental wellbeing among PhD students: what are the predictors and how can we help?
Tayla McCloud reviews a recent paper which finds that imposter syndrome might be at the heart of both poor wellbeing and high stress levels in PhD students.[read the full story...]
Coproducing qualitative mental health research with young people
Following her blog yesterday, Natalie Berry explores a related paper by the same authors, which reflects on co-producing a qualitative study with young people during the era of COVID-19.[read the full story...]
Infant-feeding behaviours: Can PSAS scores predict the recipe for success?
Melisa Selvaratnam summarises a study on postpartum-specific anxiety as a predictor of infant-feeding outcomes and perceptions of infant-feeding behaviours.[read the full story...]
Adolescent friendships predict later resilient functioning
Simon Brett looks at a recent study in Psychological Medicine which suggests that adolescent friendships predict later resilient functioning across psychosocial domains in a healthy community cohort, whereas family support does not predict later resilience.[read the full story...]
EQUIPment testing: evaluating a co-delivered care planning training programme
Sarah Carr treats us to a bumper blog of EQUIP studies. Think: care planning, coproduction, service user involvement and training. She doesn’t blog for us very often these days, but when she does it’s a corker![read the full story...]