How do you react if lived experience feedback means a substantial change to your study? What practical basics of coproduction can ensure your research has the most impact? We know that Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) is a vital component for creating effective mental health research. But, in practice, what does good PPI look like?...
Exploring interdisciplinary stories and novel approaches – from both inside and outside of the networks – is central to what the #MentalHealthResearchMatters team is doing. So when I heard about a MARCH network Plus Fund project looking at archaeology and mental health, my interest was piqued – what is the connection between archaeology and...
Professor Kamaldeep Bhui shares his views on why interdisciplinarity is so important in mental health research and where the real value in the networks lies.
August's news and activity from across the networks
Hello and welcome back to The Round-Up – albeit a slightly delayed edition. For those who were hastily awaiting the updates from across the 8 UKRI mental health networks this month, I can only apologise for my tardiness. Let’s not waste any more time… Headlines and highlights TRIUMPH have announced the dates for their ECR...
What is bioscience's role in the wider mental health research landscape? Professors Louise Dye and Adrian Harwood share their thoughts.
Updates and activity from across all 8 networks
What do the UKRI networks bring us this May? Read The Round-Up to find out. Spoiler alert - it's all fantastic!
A round-up of some of the goings on in the 8 networks for his month. What have they been up to? What do they have planned? Read to find out!
A reflection on UK mental health research response to Covid-19, including a blog post and a video.