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James Woollard Nov 29
is the traditional word-based form of a research paper fit for purpose in the Digital age?
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Sonia Johnson Nov 28
Today's the day! Very much looking forward to our launch event & . If you haven't booked a ticket, do join us online!
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Aileen Jackson Nov 29
Contributions by people with lived mental health experience is vital to both policy ,research and health implementation
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Lynsey McAlpine Feb 21
Teachers have massive workloads and high risk of burnout and emotional strain. If we want to improve mental health in schools, we must first promote teacher wellbeing
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Nicky Runeckles Feb 21
TY & 4 fab panel tonight. Priorities for MH in schools?... We measure height & weight of every single child in year 6 - how about we measure their mental health as well / instead? Then tailored support 4 the whole family - digital wherever poss
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Saiqa Nov 29
raises an important point on research as it related to MH policy. Not just looking at existing evidence but to also speak to experts on the ground and those experiencing MH. Which is at the heart of the work we at do
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Anna Jane Nov 29
Important issues raised about and work. The need to improve workplaces to support wellbeing and mental health
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Francesca Solmi Nov 29
S. Hatch: "Researchers need to become better communicators, especially with communities. We need to rebuild trust with communities"
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NCCMH Nov 29
Important question from the floor: How will the Policy Research unit challenge the research hierarchy so that experiential knowledge is truly valued?
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Miranda France Nov 30
Thanks so much to all involved with . I'd love to see discussion of how families of someone with mental illness could be better supported. Often they are thrust into the role of carers without fully understanding the illness or how to help. Their own health can suffer, too.
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Lianne Davies Nov 29
Employment is one indicator but for most survivors it is not the most important one Thank you
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Lianne Davies Nov 29
"People will not openly share with people they don't trust" (I'm paraphrasing). Absolutely! I'm pro-research but not all types are equal - researchers need to make sure they're asking the right questions and listening in the right way.
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Kat Cormack Feb 21
I had to stop watching actual QT as it raises my BP so much, happy to say has been brilliant & done quite the opposite
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Saiqa Nov 29
Prof gives his final thoughts 3 key commitments should be 1. Ensuring unbiased truth 2. To make a difference 3. This should be underpinned by the commitment to the people we are serving
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MatthewBroome Nov 29
Good to hear mention of full flourishing lives, rather than just return to employment
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RCSLT policy Jun 13
Speech & language therapists reduce the risk of people with communication needs being wrongly deemed as lacking capacity and being deprived of their liberty because their individual needs have not been properly assessed and supported.
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Kate Adlington Nov 29
Great response about the role of people w lived experience to add the narrative to the evidence - a vital partnership. But also highlighting the role of co-production in designing&carrying out research too. Co-production not just about telling stories
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RSPH Feb 21
Very interesting discussion on mental health in schools tonight at - led by a fantastic panel of experts - emphasising the importance of evidence-based interventions
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Gemma Knowles Feb 22
Great discussion at last night. Very important point by , which unfortunately didn't come up last night and should have. Green paper focuses on schools identifying MH problems and signposting to services, but services already overwhelmed!
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Syeda Akther Nov 14
We now have a waiting list! Register your interest if you would like to join us for a lively discussion. Don't forget, we will also be live streaming the discussion and you can join the conversation using .
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