In her debut blog, Lottie Shipp summarises a qualitative study that explores Swedish young people’s perceptions of public stigma towards youth mental health.[read the full story...]
Life after injury: physical, psychological and social impact
Dafni Katsampa explores a qualitative study carried out by researchers in the Netherlands, which finds that experiencing an injury from a traumatic event like a serious road traffic accident, can impact on physical, psychological and social wellbeing.[read the full story...]
Can therapy dogs lead more people into research?
Georgie Parker summarises a qualitative study which finds that therapy dogs may help to improve research engagement in “hard to reach” populations.[read the full story...]
Place of safety in psychiatry: mental health staff perspectives
Zuva Dengu summarises a recent mixed-methods study on mental health staff experiences of occupational wellbeing in a psychiatric place of safety service.[read the full story...]
Asylum seekers are penalised for inconsistent narratives: what can we learn from frontline professionals?
Lucy Purnell reviews a qualitative study which suggests that the applications of asylum seekers should not be rejected on the basis that there are inconsistencies between interviews.[read the full story...]
Talking about self-harm and suicide in primary care: the views of young people
In her debut blog, Jo Lockwood summarises a qualitative paper which finds that young people want GPs to initiate conversations about self-harm and suicide in primary care.[read the full story...]