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Edel Mc Glanaghy Feb 8
So great to hear finally- especially interested in the links between childhood trauma & suicidal behaviour & keen to use the entrapment measure in clinical practice!
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BSMSBendyBrain Feb 7
As MQ Fellow am very pleased to be attending in London today and tomorrow with the excellent . Will be presenting a poster detailing our new Sussex based trial of a novel non drug treatment aimed at reducing in
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The Lancet Psychiatry Feb 7
Interesting q at . “A lot of the time in research, it’s all about uncertainties. But when we talk to patients, we want to give them certainty.” How can clinicians offer patients clear information for decision-making, while being honest about uncertainty?
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Dr Faith Matcham Feb 8
Delighted to have won Audience Favourite poster at with our preliminary findings from . Almost all credit goes to our amazing research team and , and our team lead .
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The Lancet Psychiatry Feb 7
Michael Ungar: Cinderella is the original fairytale; the Fairy Godmother facilitates her negotiation thru social difficulties. In the same way, resilience today is provided by external social structures and helpers—not something from within.
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MQ Feb 15
It's hard to believe it's been a week since the ! We've been reflecting on our highlights - and some of the biggest takeaways from this year's Meeting:
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MQ Feb 21
After attending the for the first time this year, PhD candidate shares some reflections...
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Bettina Moltrecht Feb 7
do you have an idea what could cause lower mental health at midlife? Share your views with us :)
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Dr Camilla Nord Feb 8
The NIMH are explicitly forbidden by Congress from conducting research into whether gun control decreases number of suicides 😮
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Joshua A. Gordon Feb 8
Opening a panel on Suicide prevention research told the compelling story of his father’s death from suicide after a 6-month battle with mental illness. He hopes research progress will move the needle. So do I. Thanks for your openness, Paul!
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Petra Vertes Feb 8
Really looking forward to these studies by
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Paul McGregor Feb 8
Such an honour to share my story today for , alongside co-chairing a panel around suicide and self harm research. Let’s continue to stand up to suicide.
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Alice Wickersham Feb 8
"Take young people seriously" - a wonderful closing point from Ellen Townsend emphasising the importance of listening to and validating the experience of children and young people
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Radhika Kandaswamy Feb 8
Huge thanks to for an amazing opportunity to present my research in the rapidfire talk. Absolutely delighted for receiving the best poster - design and presentation
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karen machin Feb 8
Screening for MH problems? How about screening for poverty? (or any other social determinants) and providing some support there?
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Hjördis Lorenz Feb 8
Happy to hear these questions explicitly asked at : are we actually making a difference with mental health research? How can we produce research that is used in practice?
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Hjördis Lorenz Feb 8
discussing the psychological implications of soft tissue sarcoma, continuing today’s theme of bringing together physical and mental health at the
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Self-Harm Research Feb 8
Huge thanks to for sharing his personal story to set the scene for our symposium on self-harm and suicide. The most important talk you will hear today.
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Kirstie Whitaker Feb 8
It’s been awesome !! Thank you for all your amazing hard work putting together ❤️✨🚀🌺💪🤩
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MQ Feb 8
And that brings us to the end of the 2019 ! Our Director of Research shares her reflections and urges researchers to work together to "connect the dots" in order to truly bring impact to the lives of those affected by mental illness.
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