This jointly authored blog is written by André Tomlin and the people who attended a PenCLAHRC blogging workshop in Exeter yesterday. As a group they consider the findings of a qualitative systematic review of attitudes toward the ethics of research using social media.[read the full story...]
André Tomlin looks back at the #MQScienceMeeting Mental Health Science Meeting that took place in London on 2-3 Feb 2017.[read the full story...]
André Tomlin is live tweeting and live podcasting from the third annual MQ Mental Health Science Meeting in London, 2-3 Feb 2017.[read the full story...]
Una Foye and Josefien Breedvelt from the Mental Health Foundation publish their debut elf blog on a recent systematic narrative review that aimed to identify and summarise research examining depression and anxiety in the context of social networking websites.[read the full story...]
Today we are launching #BeyondTheRoom; an exciting new digital conference service that will create a buzz around your event, extend your reach, facilitate a democratic conversation, create a legacy and report on the impact of your social media activity.
We can bring live tweeting, live blogging, live podcasting and live streaming to YOUR event.[read the full story...]
Chris Pell reviews a recent US survey of young adults, which suggests that social media use was significantly associated with increased depression.[read the full story...]
Farhana Mann appraises a cross-sectional survey of social networking site usage, loneliness and mental health in community-dwelling older adults.[read the full story...]
As more people are using social media sites, it is important that people with learning disabilities are not excluded.
Here, Michelle Gregory looks at a pilot study evaluating the use of an interface to help people with learning disabilities use Facebook.[read the full story...]
Sarah Knowles questions how much a new scoping review can tell us about the prevalence and effect of cyberbullying on children and young people.[read the full story...]
Claire Niedzwiedz summarises a recent systematic review that provides a narrative synthesis of research into social media and suicide prevention.[read the full story...]