Alongside the University of Manchester and the University of Greenwich, we have been involved in some research on mental health stigma. We’re delighted that this has now been published by The British Psychological Society, in their journal ‘Psychology and Psychotherapy:… Read more
Posts tagged "University of Manchester"
In my final days at Dove House, we all gather together to feast on the home-cooked food brought in by the team – curry and rice, sandwiches and samosas, roast beef and gravy, and yummy cakes. It is one of the… Read more
There are four University of Manchester mental health research studies which we are currently helping to promote: One for people with experience of psychosis One for family members or family carers of people diagnosed with psychosis One for people with a diagnosis of… Read more
This University of Manchester study is seeking participants who are under the care of mental health services for problems with psychosis or schizophrenia and have had suicidal thoughts and/or behaviours at any time in their lives:
In September, we held a mental health stigma conference in collaboration with The University of Manchester and The University of Surrey. As part of that conference, Darren Bee – North West Community Equalitites Coordinator for Time to Change – gave a… Read more
Do you sometimes think about suicide? Researchers at the University of Manchester are interested in hearing about the everyday thoughts and feelings of people with depression and who also have suicidal thoughts and problems with their sleep. The study involves… Read more
Time to join forces: An interdisciplinary approach to fighting stigma On 7th September, we held a conference in collaboration with the University of Manchester and the University of Surrey. This was to share our research findings, raise awareness of mental health stigma… Read more