Kirsten Barnicot explores research that shows how trauma-informed enquiries can be part of the healing process for survivors of childhood sexual abuse.[read the full story...]
Educational practitioner and researcher, Aleem Nisar, writes about the people and places in our communities that can help to diversify our research and ensure that mental health services reach those most in need.[read the full story...]
In his debut blog, Kris Deering summarises a paper which looks at the evidence gaps and research priorities for early intervention in psychosis.[read the full story...]
In her debut blog, Rose McCabe examines a systematic review and meta-analysis looking at photovoice; a participatory photography and digital storytelling intervention that has been developed to promote positive social change.[read the full story...]
Louise Arsenault provides a fascinating overview on the challenges and complexities of sharing mental health data in the UK.[read the full story...]
Laura Hemming summarises a recent paper exploring how best to involve patients and the public in doctoral research, its impact and the resources needed.[read the full story...]
In her debut blog, Jo Billings summarises a recent report by the Wellcome Trust which explores what researchers think of the research culture.[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...]
Today we are announcing a major new survey that will help prioritise research questions for young people’s mental health over the coming years. The Right People, Right Questions project is about looking for your unanswered questions on young people’s mental health that can be answered by research. We want to hear from 11-25 year olds with experience of mental health issues, their parents or carers, if you work with young people, or if you have another interest in the mental health of young people.[read the full story...]
Eva Alisic from the Global Young Academy presents a new pledge that researchers are invited to make to increase open access publications.
The More Open Access Pledge is endorsed by us elves, so please sign up now if you can![read the full story...]