Videos

Welcome to the home of the video on Mental Health Research Matters. Here you can find original content and links to great content from across the networks. For recordings of webinars, please head to our past events page where past events with available videos are indicated.


How did the pandemic impact the populations which the networks are trying to help? How did the networks respond to the pandemic? What were they able to do which they couldn’t have done if the network ecosystem wasn’t in place? Find out below.

These are the first four videos of the co-video series. Catch the final four here in early 2022.

Emerging Minds

Professor Cathy Cresswell, the Emerging Minds Network Lead Investigator, and Yasmeen, Parent Advisor at the network, tell us the impact of the pandemic on children and young people, how the network has sought to help children, young people and parents throughout the pandemic, and where we go from here.

Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network (VAMHN)

Dr Sian Oran, the Network Lead at VAMHN, and Justin Coleman, a member of the Lived Experience Advisory Group at VAMHN, talk about how the pandemic impacted people at risk of violence and abuse and lived experience in research.

MARCH Network

Professor Helen Chatterjee, Co-Investigator at the MARCH network, and Mah Rana, Artist Researcher at the network, discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted community spaces and the people who rely on them. They also discuss how the network responded to this crisis and how the mental health research landscape can change for the better.

Closing The Gap

Professor Simon Gilbody, the Network Lead at the Closing the Gap network, and Gordon Johnston, Peer Researcher at the network, chat about how the pandemic impacted people with Severe Mental Illness (SMI) and how the network responded.

For more great video content from across the networks, head to their YouTube channels:

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