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Christmas Podding is the ultimate Podcast guide to Christmas. A Podcast For Christmas tragics. This Podcast is Hosted by Liam Renton and Vanessa Gibson. These two have been friends for over a decade who instantly bonded one day at work when they both realised they were OBSESSED with the Movie LOVE ACTUALLY. They've been talking non stop about Christmas ever since. Both Liam and Ness have extensive media careers, having hosted Breakfast radio shows together in major Cities across Australia. T ...
 
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James Munro by The Mental ElfBy The Mental Elf.
 
Vets Elly Russell and Julie Gibson talk to Vanessa Garrity about learning from health care in terms of patient safety and reflections on what the NHS can learn from vets.By The Mental Elf.
 
Natasha Hardicre, Senior Research Fellow at the Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group, talks to Vanessa Garrity about Technology for Patient Safety: from ideas to solutions.By The Mental Elf.
 
Sarah De Biase, Quality Improvement Associate at the Improvement Academy talks to Vanessa Garrity about Second Victims.By The Mental Elf.
 
Suzette Woodward, Nurse and Senior Advisor at the Department of Health and Social Care, reflects on the Sign Up to Safety campaign and shares her current thinking on patient safety.By The Mental Elf.
 
Della Bailey from the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York talks about the SCIMITAR programme, which aimed to help people with severe mental illness stop smoking.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Piran White from the Closing The Gap Network talks about green and blue space and the impact it can have on our mental health.By The Mental Elf.
 
Joe Golden talks about the 360 video he created for the 2019 World Mental Health Day meeting in York.By The Mental Elf.
 
Joe Firth talks to Vanessa Garrity about Protecting Physical Health in People with Mental Illness: Findings from the Lancet Psychiatry Commission.By The Mental Elf.
 
Dr Lina Gega talks about digital interventions and how they can help people with severe mental illness to manage their physical health.By The Mental Elf.
 
Dr Emily Peckham from the University of York talks about The Closing the Gap cohort: a unique resource and opportunity to be involved in research.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Simon Gilbody talks about the mortality gap in mental health and what we can do about it.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Simon Gilbody and Dr Emily Peckham from the University of York preview the World Mental Health Day meeting taking place in York on 10 Oct 2019: "Putting mental and physical health on the same page".By The Mental Elf.
 
Australia's ONLY Christmas Podcast is back and we are running out of time to get everything ready for Christmas 2019. We talk Christmas All Year Round so Subscribe to get your updated podcast so you wont miss a thing when it comes to creating the perfect Christmas at your place. In this Episode we ask Why are shops deliberately taking their tim ...…
 
Prof Vanessa Munro speaks to Vanessa Garrity at the Violence Abuse and Mental Health Network meeting in Nottingham.By The Mental Elf.
 
Dr Siân Oram talks about the Violence Abuse and Mental Health Network event in Nottingham.By The Mental Elf.
 
Ben Alderson Day by The Mental ElfBy The Mental Elf.
 
Rai Waddingham by The Mental ElfBy The Mental Elf.
 
Neil Thomas by The Mental ElfBy The Mental Elf.
 
Lorna Hogg by The Mental ElfBy The Mental Elf.
 
Dawn Edge and Colin King by The Mental ElfBy The Mental Elf.
 
Chris May, the Founder and Managing Director of Mayden talks to us to finish off the #IAPTconnect19 podcast.By The Mental Elf.
 
Emma Spencer and Kerry Rolls from Dorset Healthcare NHS Trust talk about developing student wellbeing pathways.By The Mental Elf.
 
Dr James Woollard, the most digitally mature child psychiatrist I know, talks about the here and now of using digital technology to help people who are experiencing mental health difficulties.By The Mental Elf.
 
Nesta Reeve and Esmee Henstra talk about the integrated psychological and social model they use at the Norfolk and Waveney Wellbeing Service.By The Mental Elf.
 
Becky Minton and Lucy Wilson-Shaw talk about W.O.W. (Ways of Working) - a lunchtime session at #IAPTconnect19.By The Mental Elf.
 
Rupal Panchal from the Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust shares her work implementing multiple strategies to help raise awareness and improve staff wellbeing in the South East Staffordshire IAPT team.By The Mental Elf.
 
Jen Martin from Mindtech talks about the gameChange VR project, which aims to transform the lives of patients with psychosis by putting powerful automated virtual reality psychological treatment into NHS mental health services.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof David M Clark, National Clinical and Informatics Advisor for IAPT at NHS England, speaks about what IAPT has achieved so far and how the programme can use digital in the future.By The Mental Elf.
 
Ross O’Brien from the Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service speaks about using Virtual Reality to start conversations with people affected by the Grenfell Disaster.By The Mental Elf.
 
A great way to start any podcast, here's Dr Pooky Knightsmith @PookyH helping us all prepare for the #IAPTconnect19 conference in London. She's asking everyone who sits down and talks to people about their mental health these 3 questions:1. Does your patient know you care?2. Do you know what scares them?3. What is good here?…
 
Professor Sylvain Baillet from McGill University in Canada talks to Mark Brown following his #LaunchIMHCHBH keynote on 'A predictive machinery: network dynamics of brain perceptual inferences'.By The Mental Elf.
 
Niyah Campbell, Youth Participation Lead at the Institute for Mental Health at the University of Birmingham speaks to Mark Brown ahead of his Youth Advisory Group workshop on coproducing research.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Heidi Johansen-Berg, Director of the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging at the University of Oxford, talks to Mark Brown about brain health, cognitive health and physical activity.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Sarah-Jayne Blakemore runs the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Group, based at the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge and the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. At the #LaunchIMHCHBH event in Birmingham she speaks to Mark Brown about the teenage brain.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Louise Arseneault speaking about bullying and mental health ahead of her keynote at the launch of the Institute for Mental Health and Centre for Human Brain Health at the University of Birmingham.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Matthew Broome, the Director of the Institute of Mental Health at the University of Birmingham talks about the launch of the Institute and the Centre for Human Brain Health.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Ed Bullmore, Head of the Department of Psychiatry at Cambridge University, talks about depression and inflammation, ahead of his keynote talk at the launch of the University of Birmingham Centre for Human Brain Health.By The Mental Elf.
 
Billie Lever Taylor talks about the ESMI qualitative findings in the STACEY study:Partner and family experiences of perinatal mental health care, and Women’s experiences of acute care.By The Mental Elf.
 
Dr Kylee Trevillion managed the ESMI study; a 5-year NIHR programme grant on the effectiveness of perinatal mental health services. In this interview from the ESMI Stakeholder Event, she speaks about two of the studies she was closely involved with: the DAWN study (RCT of guided self-help for women with depression), and a study looking at the a ...…
 
Professor Louise Howard from Kings College London talks to us at the start of the ESMI (Effectiveness of Services for Mothers with Mental Illness) Stakeholder Event https://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/hspr/research/ceph/wmh/projects/a-z/esmiBy The Mental Elf.
 
Dr Thomas Niederkrotenthaler from the Medical University of Vienna talks about media reporting of suicide: from the Werther effect to the Papageno effect.By The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Jane Pirkis from the University of Melbourne talks about what we can do to prevent more suicides from taking place in pubic places.By The Mental Elf.
 
Professor David Gunnell from the University of Bristol talks about recent trends in adolescent mental health, suicidal behaviour and suicide, and reflects on some of the factors that may be driving the increase in youth suicide that we have recently seen in the UK.By The Mental Elf.
 
Clinical and Counseling Psychologist Eoin Galavan talks about the CAMS model (Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality) and how he has used it to great effect in his own practice.By The Mental Elf.
 
Guidelines for suicide prevention: hard science or dark art?By The Mental Elf.
 
Dr Chan Lai Fong from the National University of Malaysia talks about Client Suicide Amongst Clinicians: Integration of lived experience & the evidence base for postventionBy The Mental Elf.
 
Author, psychotherapist and suicidologist, Dr. Stacey Freedenthal, talks about her own lived experience of suicide and the work she does Speaking of Suicide https://www.speakingofsuicide.comBy The Mental Elf.
 
Prof Keith Hawton from the Centre for Suicide Research at the University of Oxford: "Self-harm in children and adolescents: An update on key issues."New guide for parents who are coping with their child's self-harm: 'You are not alone' www.ox.ac.uk/news/2015-12-01-new-guide-parents-who-are-coping-their-childs-self-harm-you-are-not-aloneProf Ell ...…
 
Dr Jo Robinson from Orygen tells us about the #chatsafe project: "From consultation to co-creation: youth partnerships in suicide prevention."By The Mental Elf.
 
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