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How do they do that? Using Appreciative Enquiry to Develop Safety Culture.As they prepare for their workshop at the #Quality2022 conference in Gothenburg, Tony Kelly, Matt Hill and Nicola Mackintosh speak about:- Understanding the interdependence between safety culture and safety/quality improvement- Appreciating how the local relational aspects of…
 
David Gibbs and Allison Joseph share their thoughts on racism at the British and Irish Group for the Study of 'Personality Disorder' conference in Northampton.David is a trainer and consultant on race and mental health. He also serves as a Magistrate in Birmingham. As an Expert by Experience consultant, he works with the Department of Psychology, U…
 
Having just performed their Open Letter piece at the BIGSPD Annual Conference: A Performed Exploration of Democratic Solutions for Distress Often Referred to as ‘Personality’, Fi and Mel talk about their lived experience of mental health difficulties, their creative approach to starting meaningful conversations about 'personality disorders', and th…
 
Andrew Beck (President of the BABCP) and Saiqa Naz (President-Elect of the BABCP) help us prepare for the 50th Annual Conference of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, which is taking place in London on 20-23 July 2022.Find out more on the #BABCP2022 website: https://babcp2022.org/…
 
Dr Thanos Karatzias from Edinburgh Napier University, talks about"Complex PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder: the overlaps and differences" before his keynote talk at the 2022 annual conference of the British and Irish Group for the Study of Personality Disorder.Find out more: https://bigspd.org.uk/conference-2022/…
 
Professor Louise Howard, Professor in Women’s Mental Health in theDepartment of Health Service & Population Research at King's College London.Differences in the epidemiology of mental disorders in men and women are well-established. Despite this, it could be argued that until recently mental health research largely ignored sex (and gender) differen…
 
How do we support health and care staff who are burned out, exhausted and thinking of leaving their profession?Christina Krause, CEO of the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council previews her workshop with Helen Bevan from NHS Horizons, which takes place on Wednesday 22nd June 2022: Rest and recovery post-covid: a necessary step for quality.Covid-19 p…
 
Speaking before their keynotes at the BABCP 2022 Annual Conference, Roz Shafran and Adam Radomsky talk about OCD, Control, Doubt, Perfectionism & CBT.Roz Shafran, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health., London , UKToo good for your own good? Advances in the understanding and treatment of clinical perfectionism.Adam Radomsky, Concordia U…
 
As the mental health crisis continues, The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council are finding mental health researcher higher up their priority list.Philippa Hemmings, Head of Healthcare Technologies at the EPSRC tells the Mental Health Research Matters team how the EPS community can contribute to mental health research. She touches on …
 
How can mathematics contribute to mental health research? Although the two seem distinct, the connection is found in data. Mathematics can help make sense of complex, messy evolving data, helping to build a helpful bigger picture from multiple smaller snapshots.JJ speaks to Professor Terry Lyons, the principal investigator on EPSRC-funded DataSig, …
 
The Mental Health Research Matters team spoke to Dr Aisling Ann O'Kane and Dr Amid Ayobi from the SPHERE project to find out more about human-computer interactions and mental health.Amid and Aisling are part of a team of 100 researchers from different disciplines working on SPHERE - an EPSRC-funded project where participants use wearable or at-home…
 
Prof. Tony LaMontagne talks to Adam Nebbs at the Society for Mental Health Research conference in Hobart in March 2022.Anthony D. LaMontagne is a Professor of Work, Health & Wellbeing at the Institute for Health Transformation and the School of Health & Social Development at Deakin UniversityBy The Mental Elf
 
Dr Miranda Van Hoof previews her talk on "Working with Military and First Responders in Research and Clinical Practice" from the Society for Mental Health Research conference in Hobart.Dr Van Hooff is the Director of Military and Emergency Services Health Australia and an experienced research scientist specialising in the mental health impacts of b…
 
All Together Now Panel - Eating Disorders as a specialisation or generalist responsibility.With Deborah Mitchison, Laura Hart, AJ Williams-Tchen, Tracey Wade & Phillippa Hay.This plenary will provide an update on eating disorders epidemiology and burden, and an examination of the historical deprioritisation of these illnesses in mental health treat…
 
Dr Tom Freeman talks to us before his plenary talk at the Society of Mental Health Research conference in Hobart on "The role of cannabinoids in the development and treatment of addiction and mental health disorders".Dr Tom Freeman is Senior Lecturer and Director of the Addiction and Mental Health Group in the Department of Psychology at the Univer…
 
Professor Kim Felmingham speaks to us before her plenary talk at the Society of Mental Health Research conference in Hobart, Australia. Professor Kim Felmingham is the Chair of Clinical Psychology in the School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne. She is recognized for her research investigating the neurobiology of PTSD and the neuro…
 
Professor Helen Herrman is is Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at Orygen and the Centre for Youth Mental Health, The University of Melbourne, and Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre in Mental Health, Melbourne. She is former president of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA – 2017-2020) and the International Assoc…
 
Amanda Neil and Fiona Cocker introduce the Society for Mental Health Research podcast, which will accompany the #SMHR22 conference taking place in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on 24-26 March 2022.Conference website: https://www.smhrconference.com.auConference programme: https://www.waldronsmith.com.au/wp-content/uploads/SMHR2022_Program_V6.1-with-se…
 
The 50th Annual BABCP Conference will take place in London on 20-23 July 2022: https://babcp2022.org/In this podcast, Prof Shirley Reynolds and Dr Jo Daniels talk about the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, and preview the programme for the conference which will include talks and sessions on Adult Mental Health, Chi…
 
How do we work in partnership with patients, carers and service users?Sara Riggare, Patrik Blomkvist and Elin Cederbrant are all members of the patient working group that are working to enhance patient representation across the International Forum.As we prepare for the 2022 European Quality Forum, which takes place in Gothenburg on 20-22 June 2022,…
 
Anette Nilsson, Region Jönköping County, Sweden"Don't miss the party in Gothenburg, where new possibilities, inspiration and hope will be created."As we prepare for the 2022 European Quality Forum, which takes place in Gothenburg on 20-22 June 2022, Anette Nilsson speaks to us about how can we build more integrated health and care systems that focu…
 
Jesper Ekberg, SALAR and Region Jönköping County, Sweden"My heart is really beating a lot around quality improvement and how that can come closer to the public health area".As we prepare for the 2022 European Quality Forum, which takes place in Gothenburg on 30 March - 1 April 2022, Jesper Ekberg speaks to us about creating fairer systems to tackle…
 
Welcome to our first ever #ElfNuggets show!If you prefer, you can watch this Elf Nuggets episode on the Mental Elf YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6zZrQ45MbQThis show will:- Help mental health practitioners keep up to date with the latest reliable research that they can use in practice- Each month we will discuss three recent stud…
 
Ron Kessler, “Pragmatic Precision Psychiatry”Ronald C. Kessler, Ph.D. is the McNeil Family Professor of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School and Director of the World Health Organization World Mental Health (WMH) Survey Initiative.Jon Roiser, “Towards mechanistic precision psychiatry"Jonathan Roiser is Professor of Neuroscience and Mental H…
 
Towards coproduction: Involvement in the Mental Health Policy Research UnitMerle Schlief, "Co-production on the PRU Covid interviews project: what we did"Jackie Hardy, Tamar Jeynes and Mary Birken, "Co-production on the PRU Covid interviews project: reflections - Panel discussion"The IoMH Annual Conference takes place online on Wednesday 15th Septe…
 
Dr Alexandra Pitman is an Associate Professor in Psychiatry in the UCL Division of Psychiatry and an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. Her research interests are in the epidemiology of suicide and self-harm, and preventing suicide.She will be giving a talk on “The impact of peer suicide, suicide attempt,…
 
Professor Laurence Kirmayer from McGill University is a psychiatrist and expert in transcultural psychiatry.He will be giving the opening keynote talk at the 21st Australasian Conference on Traumatic Stress, which will take place online on 14-18 September 2021: www.acots.org/Prof Kirmayer's talk is entitled: "Landscapes of trauma: A social-ecologic…
 
Dr Duleeka Knipe is a Vice Chancellor's Fellow, Bristol Medical School (PHS) at the University of Bristol. She will be giving a talk in the forthcoming IoMH Annual Conference, which takes place online on Wednesday 15th September 2021: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mental-health/iomh-conference/conference-programmeDr Duleeka Knipe's talk is entitled: "Suici…
 
Professor Meaghan O'Donnell is the Head of Research at Phoenix Australia, and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne.She will be leading a parallel session at the The 21st Australasian Conference on Traumatic Stress will take place online on 14-18 September 2021: www.acots.org/Prof O'Donnell's session is entitled: "Unifi…
 
Professor Katherine Iverson from the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD at the VA Boston Healthcare System, and the University of Boston is a clinical research psychologist and an expert in intimate partner violence.She will be giving a keynote talk at the The 21st Australasian Conference on Traumatic Stress will take …
 
Professor Tony David, Director of the UCL Institute of Mental Health, talks about the forthcoming IoMH Annual Conference, which takes place online on Wednesday 15th September 2021: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mental-health/iomh-conference/conference-programmePoster presentations can be submitted here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mental-health/iomh-conference/i…
 
Professor Nicholas Procter from the University of South Australia is a mental health nurse and will speak about the use of co-design and lived experience within vulnerable populationsHe will be giving a keynote talk at the The 21st Australasian Conference on Traumatic Stress will take place online on 14-18 September 2021: www.acots.org/The 2021 ACO…
 
Professor Tim Dalgleish from the University of Cambridge is a clinical psychologist who specialises in transdiagnostic interventions.He will be giving a keynote talk at the The 21st Australasian Conference on Traumatic Stress will take place online on 14-18 September 2021: www.acots.org/Prof Dalgleish's talk is entitled: "Transdiagnostic approaches…
 
Professor Zachary Steel, President of the Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (https://www.astss.org.au/) helps us prepare for the 21st Australasian Conference on Traumatic Stress, which is taking place online on 14-18 Sep 2021.The 2021 ACOTS conference is a collaboration between ASTSS (the Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress St…
 
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