If you’re a mental health patient or practitioner, and you’re interested in communicating mental health research to people who need to know about it, join us as a guest on our brand new show![read the full story...]
Hundreds of people have written Mental Elf blogs over the last few years, and today we want you to tell us who you think has done it the best.[read the full story...]
Twitter threads, podcast chats, live streamed YouTube debates, Facebook rants, Instagram stories, academic bun-fights on blog comments…
There are loads of ways to discuss mental health research online. Today, we want YOUR suggestions for which was the best mental health research conversation last year.[read the full story...]
Today, please take 2 minutes to nominate your top 3 Mental Elf blogs published in 2019.
The #MentalElfAwards honour mental health research, researchers and those who communicate research findings in the real world.[read the full story...]
Mental health research can have a huge positive impact on people’s lives. The new #MentalElfAwards honour mental health research, researchers and those who communicate research findings in the real world.
Today you can nominate the mental health research paper published in 2019 that you think will have the biggest impact.[read the full story...]
We are looking for 3 part-time Project Coordinators to join the Mental Elf team. If you have the skills to support us in the writing, editing and disseminating of Mental Elf blogs, download the National Elf Service job advert and send us your application before 13th September 2019.[read the full story...]