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We’re MQ, the mental health research charity. We aim to create a future where mental illnesses are understood, effectively treated and one day prevented.
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MQ Aug 16
Did you know anxiety affects a staggering 10 million people in the UK? Current treatments like CBT can be effective - yet, for many people, existing therapies don’t work. We're hoping these projects can change the game:
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MQ Aug 15
We spoke to about things in life she's learned, her influences and her inspirations...
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MQ Aug 14
Such an important piece of work that we were proud to be involved in. Looking forward to seeing where this goes!
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MQ Aug 14
People born in the 1960s and 70s are the generation most likely to die by suicide. We're funding research to predict which people are most at risk of attempting suicide so we can develop critical interventions.
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MQ Aug 13
Hi - its the brilliant . Sorry that wasn’t clear!
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MQ Aug 13
Absolutely! It's vital that research is informed by the most important people - those with direct experience of mental illness. Here's a great example:
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MQ Aug 13
Our vision is simple: to create a world where mental illness is understood, effectively treated & one day prevented. With the help of our supporters and a global network of scientists we will make this a reality. RT if you think we can do it.
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Mental Health at the University of Edinburgh Aug 9
We have now moved to a bigger space at the same venue, having reached maximum capacity. *New places are now available*
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MQ Aug 9
"There was once a female professor who said you can’t be a scientist and a mother. I don’t think that’s true at all." Read the latest 'Things I Now Know' with :
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MQ Aug 8
Exciting new paper from highlighting the use of state-of-the-art research methods in middle-income countries: 💡 | | |
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MQ Aug 8
Mental illness affects 1 in 4 of us - and researchers are no exception.👩‍🔬👨‍🔬 makes these suggestions to improve the working environment - but which do you think is most important? Read his full article here:
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MQ Aug 7
🎧Hear some from and John Valentine in our latest ep of MQ Open Mind:
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MQ Aug 6
Kendelle was diagnosed with depression and anxiety just months after she moved to college. In this blog, she shares her experience for the first time:
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MQ Aug 5
Winter babies at higher risk of developing mental illness, suggests new research from :
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The Adolescent Mental Health Data Platform Aug 5
🔬 Are you a young person interested in shaping future research, and want your views to ? Participate in the survey to help us learn more about how research could help you. 👉 Go to , and let your voice
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MQ Aug 2
Dark chocolate may be associated with reduced depressive symptoms, study suggests:
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MQ Aug 1
Kim writes about how the army culture exacerbated her - and why mental health research and opening up has helped her overcome it:
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MQ Jul 31
New podcast alert!🚨 • What if science could predict who’s most likely to develop depression? • Would you want to be told if you were at risk? and MQ ambassador John explore these questions in the latest ep of Open Mind:
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MQ Jul 31
currently affects 1 in 10 people in the UK. But what if science could help us predict who’s most likely to develop it? 🎧 Listen to our latest episode of MQ Open Mind with guests and John Valentine:
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MQ Jul 29
New study has found 37% of the 4 million people in the UK living in 'deep poverty' report poor mental health - compared to 24% of those not in poverty. We're funding research looking at the role of social & economic factors in mental illness so this can change.
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