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Professor Elaine Fox explains why collaborative working involving multiple forms of expertise is key to enabling genuine change in the landscape of mental health research
What is the role of mental health research at a time like this? Vanessa Pinfold looks at how research teams and funders are gearing up and asks how we can best contribute.
Researchers from the MARCH network have launched a study into the psychological and social effects of Covid-19 in the UK....
How can mental health ECRs adjust to disrupted research and working from home? Sam Parsons discusses challenges ECRs face and the need for a strong mental health research community.
The Emerging Minds network have worked with parents and carers to develop a new study to help understand how families are coping during the Covid-19 pandemic and what parents can do to help support their children’s mental health.
Survivors' voices, The McPin Foundation and VAMHN have launched an anonymous consultation to understand the impact of Covid-19 containment measures on “off-radar” children and young people trapped at home and at risk of violence and abuse to develop concrete measures to help children and young people at risk of such abuse. The online survey is aimed at adults who can identify with experiencing violence and abuse at home and no helping agency knowing about it for long periods (or ever).
Dr Alexandra Pitman, joint lead of the Loneliness & Social Isolation in Mental Health research network and trauma specialist Dr Michael Bloomfield reflect on the findings of a recent rapid review in The Lancet on the psychological effects of quarantine.
SMaRteN have worked in partnership with Vitae to put together a survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 associated lock down on doctoral and early career researchers, the outcomes of which will guide the longer term response to supporting researchers through and following the pandemic.
"We have a responsibility to put accessible and rapidly applicable evidence in the hands of the people we support, professionals and policymakers, as well as ensuring that the big concerns from before aren’t forgotten." The Alliance of Mental Health Research funders discuss the role of charitable research funders in the mental health research response to Covid-19.
A new online study has been launched by the Oxford Centre for Emotions and Affective Neuroscience (OCEAN) to explore factors affecting resilience in adolescents during the Covid-19 pandemic, and understand how to better promote psychological well-being in adolescents during this time.
The Covid-19 pandemic is and will continue to have pervasive impacts on health and society. What key research questions and priorities are necessary to mitigate the impacts on mental health, especially for those people who may disproportionately affected? Louise Arseneault reflects on some of the research priorities and questions for mental health and brain sciences identified by an interdisciplinary group of people from across the bio-psycho-social spectrum in mental health science, including people with lived experience of mental health problems.