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British public wrong about nearly everything, survey shows – Home News – UK – The Independent

July 9, 2013 Leave a comment
Categories: Data, Funding, Media, Research, Resource

Resource: Beat Bullying

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Mental Health Foundation: Participation Request

April 12, 2013 Leave a comment
Would you be interested in taking part in a qualitative study exploring experience of the ending of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)?

Peter from the University of Lancaster is conducting qualitative research as part of his clinical psychology training. The study has NHS ethics approval. He is meeting with people and asking individuals who have received CAT about their experience of the ending of therapy-things like: how it felt, what was important about it, what helped or didn’t help. he hopes this research will help us to understand more about how therapy works and how it is experienced.

So, if you : have had CAT over the last two years and had a recognised (not abrupt or unplanned) ending, for any problem or diagnosis, and would like to meet with him for an informal discussion about your experience of CAT ending, he would be really glad to hear from you. he will travel to meet you, either at a neutral place near you or your own home.

If it is of interest you can contact him:

Text/phone: 07852516812 or E:mail P.Lydon@lancaster.ac.uk

Thank you

Strivers v skivers: real life’s not like that at all | Anna Coote and Sarah Lyall

April 12, 2013 1 comment

Strivers v skivers: real life’s not like that at all | Anna Coote and Sarah Lyall

April 11, 2013 Leave a comment

Benefits changes: how we can help | Rethink Mental Illness, The Leading Mental Health Membership Charity

April 10, 2013 Leave a comment

Full Fact sources index: where to find the information you need | Full Fact

April 9, 2013 Leave a comment
Categories: Data, Research, Resource

Job: Research and Development Manager Mental Health Foundation

November 21, 2012 Leave a comment

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AFM934/research-and-development-manager/

 

Changing Minds

We are the UK’s leading mental health research, policy and service improvement charity.

Full-time (35 hours per week)

£35,580 – £37,203 per annum

London SE1

Permanent

Research sits at the heart of all we do, and as the Research and Development Manager you will play a major role in supporting the Head of Research to secure and deliver a substantial programme of work for the Foundation.

You will be responsible for managing a significant portfolio of research projects, and for providing management and support to a team of junior research staff. You will be involved in designing projects, developing proposals, data collection and analysis, and dissemination of results through written reports, publications and presentations to a range of stakeholders.

You will be pro-active in identifying and responding to new business opportunities and have a demonstrable commitment to improving mental health services and empowering service users.

A track record in mental health research (or a related field of research) is essential, including experience of managing staff and / or external consultants. You must also have a thorough knowledge of research methods, a strong business focus, and a good understanding of wellbeing and mental health problems.

Closing date: Tuesday 4th December 2012, 10am

Interview date: Thursday 13th December 2012

To apply please download as job pack by clicking ‘Apply Online’ below and send a completed application form to vacancies@mhf.org.uk.

Strictly no recruitment agencies please. Previous candidates need not apply.

Trade Unions and mental health: a resource list

October 11, 2012 Leave a comment

National Survivor User Network, NSUN Recommend a resource on Bi-polar disorders

August 30, 2012 Leave a comment
Take a look at this FREE online resource for people with Bi-polar and their families.
Healthline provides a comprehensive overview of bipolar disorder as a critical starting point for individuals and/or their loved ones.

 

http://www.healthline.com/health/bipolar-disorder

Categories: Health, Mental Health, Resource
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