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Sarah Hetrick
Researcher, clinical psychologist in youth depression and suicide prevention , joint co-ordinating editor
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Martin Luther King III May 28
As my father explained during his lifetime, a riot is the language of the unheard.
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Sarah Hetrick May 25
Can I please have one too???
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gabrielle baker May 23
“People can often see injustices in abstract form. But, when it’s a matter of them needing to do something, like changing their behaviour & their practices, half of them give up. They’ll go & hide in a corner...” ⁦⁩ in ⁦⁩ 💯💯💯
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Prof Ellen Townsend May 23
Important study: “Self-harm and suicidal thoughts merit a swift response even if they occur without further evidence of a psychiatric disorder.” Take self-harmful thoughts and behaviours seriously. Been saying this for a while
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HABITs May 18
The resilient teens team describe the system architecture for their youth mental health chatbot systems, including the new Aroha chatbot that supports youth with COVID-19 related issues. See the published pre-print paper
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Sarah Hetrick May 18
Important paper in the current context where digital interventions are so important...
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Josefien Breedvelt May 12
Research opportunity: I'm looking for a London based mental health researcher / data scientist - must enjoy (and be good at) curating and managing large datasets - if you know anyone or are interested yourself let me know! 🙏
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Robyn shearer May 13
We are pleased to launch this fund in partnership with the Mental Health Foundation - funding for lived experience support during COVID19 recovery - check this out
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Sarah Hetrick May 14
Could there be a lifeline in Covid-19? | Otago Daily Times Online News
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Andre Mason Apr 26
Calling all NZ tweeps 👇
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Le Va May 9
Join with us as we celebrate and promote the creative ingenuity of our youth throughout the next few days and how our team plan to strengthen & support Pasifika young people by amplifying their voices throughout 2020 and beyond.
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Dr Maria Michail May 9
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Sarah Hetrick Apr 26
I like the idea of walking meetings....
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AnnJohn Apr 21
Don’t know yet if pandemic/ measures taken will affect suicide rates but we do know suicide is potentially preventable if we take action now rather than later-supporting people, responsible reporting, economic policy. Our truly collaborative comment led by D Gunnell
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Sarah Hetrick Apr 16
A timely report at the moment! Really great clear guidance provided. Shout out to people at home managing a more constant demand for internet use!
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Cochrane CMD Apr 16
🔎We are processing lots for publication but looking for peer reviewers with content experience (lived experience or health practitioners)- topics including self-harm, panic disorder, depression (in chronically physically ill) Can you help? DM us or
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The Mental Elf Apr 15
Teens, screens & quarantines: what can research tell us? Join & for this live streamed webinar this Friday (17 Apr) at midday GMT. ⭐️ ⭐️ FREE tickets:
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Work Counts Apr 13
A great free resource to support New Zealanders' wellbeing during COVID-19.
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Live For Tomorrow Apr 9
Got a few spare hours this easter? Use it meaningfully and help crowdsource free mental health helplines for the Find A Helpline project. Launching in the US next week. Spread the word ❤️
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Elliot Taylor Apr 9
A huge goal in a very small window of time. Spread the word.
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