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The Mental Elf 33m
The is a bit different in 2019. 'Transforming mental health throughout the life course': , the intersection of physical & mental health, & . I’ll be working with to extend the reach & impact
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Mental Health Feb 2
*sounds the Johann Hari Bullshit Klaxon* AAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHH!!!
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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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Kathryn Feb 1
Really enjoying finding out what’s new in research at in the
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James Walters Feb 1
little known fact for is that second only to psychiatry is Mike Owen's devotion to abandoned donkeys - his family have 13 at last count
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Thomas Kabir Feb 2
Just listened to a great talk by about genetics and treatments . Would be great to talk about public involvement and engagement in your work.
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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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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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Hjördis Lorenz Feb 2
Thank you for letting me present at the and for your interest in research on prevention that I believe is so important! Big thanks to my wonderful supervisor
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Sam Norton Feb 2
Thanks for another Two days of great mental health science!
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Farah Elahi Feb 1
Excited to be presenting a poster of my PhD at this years
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Ian Kelleher Feb 2
Thanks Andre and Celso. More to come from us soon on trauma-psychosis relationship. Sorry to miss this year but great to follow your tweets from 🇮🇪
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Dr Camilla Nord Feb 2
Camillia Kong: "the language of 'cure', 'recovery', 'prevention' is deeply seductive & we need to tread carefully: discourse in clinical research context has an impact on how society views individuals with mental illness" see
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MQ Nov 6
We have assisted places available at the for people affected by mental illness who are unwaged, self-employed or on low incomes. This includes free registration & travel. If interested please email events@mqmentalhealth.org by 16 November
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The Mental Elf Nov 6
This is a great FREE opportunity for anyone with lived experience who wants to attend a really high quality international mental health conference. is on 7-8 Feb 2019 in London. Join us!
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Mental Health Feb 2
Yes, colloquial use of clinical terms - eg depression, anxiety - dillutes the communication of the suffering of folks with serious problems.
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Micha Feb 1
Good morning, London! So good to be back and I am looking forward to and presenting the BAER-C on my poster :D
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Feb 2
Very proud of my group for presenting their findings on risk and resilience for psychotic symptoms and increasing understanding of the lived experience of hearing voices last night
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Paul Ramchandani Feb 2
A fascinating talk from - lots of questions
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