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Dr Sophie Dix Feb 2
Thanks everyone for making a great meeting! Look forward to seeing you next year. Save the date: 7/8 Feb 201@
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Katie Richards Feb 2
“A rising tide lifts all the boats, but lifts middles class boats even higher” - Dr Martin Knapp economic inequalities
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Mental Health Feb 2
Replying to @Sectioned_
NO, we are not "all on a spectrum" - unless you think acne is on a spectrum with skin cancer. Don't demean the suffering & difficulties faced by with people with serious problems.
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Jean Stafford Feb 1
Presenting my poster on the incidence of very late-onset in a Swedish population cohort
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Claire Matrunola Feb 2
"Stigma is relational and social: not an intrinsic attribute of individuals, but comes through social interaction and inequalities in power" . Dr Camillia Kong.
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Dom Oliver Feb 2
Great day discussing prevention and early intervention at yesterday. If you didn't catch my poster yesterday, pop by 19 today to see what we know about reducing the duration of untreated psychosis
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Loes Olde Loohuis Feb 2
Im >5,000 miles away, hadn't even heard about the @MQScienceMeeting before, but have to say, that was a great meeting! I mean, donkeys, who knew? Seriously, thank you hashtag users, people are listening.
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Sarah English Feb 2
A very promising example of how genetics could be used to tailor treatments for depression and anxiety
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Ellen Grimås Feb 2
Fab hearing about the brilliant ACORN study today at - thinking about how treating perinatal mental health may translate in to better outcomes for the child
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Kirstie Whitaker Feb 1
I've heard a bunch of time and I LOVE her description of adolescence as ending "at the age at which an individual attains a stable, independent role in society” Cue everyone in the audience to wonder if they've reached that milestone yet 😬
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Gaby Tyson Feb 1
Nice to close out the first day seeing receiving the largest ever i4i challenge award
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MQ Sep 4
Calling all mental health researchers! Tickets coming soon for our Mental Health Science Meeting 2019
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Sam Norton Feb 2
Thanks for another Two days of great mental health science!
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Cynthia Joyce Feb 2
The inequality factor in mental health cannot be ignored. Thanks for voicing this Martin Knapp at the
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Paul Ramchandani Feb 2
A fascinating talk from - lots of questions
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Gaby Tyson Feb 2
Day 2 of starting with coffee in the jungle with
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PsyECR Jan 31
Going to ? Keep your eyes peeled for our presenting at the poster session on Thursday. Neuro-cognition in young people at risk of developing psychosis.
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Kayleigh Easey Feb 2
Using polygenic risk scores to understand responses to psychological therapies. Brilliant talk by
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MEmilitant Feb 1
Do any of them have a history of speaking out on the way UK govt has used 'wellbeing' to justify policies which increase inequalities of power and money? Most in UK MH seem happy to turn a blind eye.
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Amanda Fitzgerald Feb 2
Top priorities in mental health research funding in Europe identified by ROAMER
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