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Post-Doctoral Mental Health Research Development Posts – APPLY NOW

Post-Doctoral Mental Health Research Development Posts – APPLY NOW An exciting opportunity has arisen for Post-doctoral researchers to join the Research Development team at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT). The Research Development Team works with Clinicians, Academics and Experts By Experience to develop clinically-relevant high-quality research funding grants. […]

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Developing and Evaluating a Clinical Student Mental Health Service at the School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge: Planning to Practice

Project Title: Developing and Evaluating a Clinical Student Mental Health Service at the School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge: Planning to Practice Type of Research: Mixed method evaluation Background & Scientific Rationale: There is a growing awareness of an increase in mental distress and illness in higher education students, […]

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Volunteering and International Psychiatry Special Interest Group (VIPSIG) Annual Conference: A Blog by Dr Felix Clay 

Volunteering and International Psychiatry Special Interest Group (VIPSIG) Annual Conference: A Blog by Dr Felix Clay I’m currently undertaking a six-month NIHR CLAHRC funded Academic Apprenticeship having completed my Core Psychiatry Medical Training. As part of my placement I’m undertaking a systematic review of the literature on the use of Virtual Reality […]

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Making PROGRESS improving mental health care 

Making PROGRESS to improve mental health care New results show that a scheme to reduce physical restraint and force in mental health inpatient settings has improved care and patient experiences. The findings come from the PROMISE (PROactive Management of Integrated Services and Environments) project which aimed to change culture and […]

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Early-Stage Innovation Centered on Making for Youth Mental Health: A Design-Led Approach

“Early-Stage Innovation Centered on Making for Youth Mental Health: A Design-Led Approach” In his recent publication, Nick Bell (Chair of Communication Design,University of the Arts London) presents the action-research of ‘Early Lab’, an early-stage design practice working to support social innovation. Nick co-founded Early Lab, which has spent the last three years […]

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