MHRN-C Welcomes Julia Roberts 31.Mar.2014
MHRN-C would like to welcome Julia Roberts who is replacing Seren Roberts from 1 April 2014
Research Group News
New RDG 18.Jun.2014
MHRN-C welcomes on board a new RDG on Early Intervention in Psychosis convened by Dr Mike Jackson, Dr James Walters and Dr Euan Hails.
Congratulations to Helen Missen 05.Jun.2014
Many congratulations to Helen Missen who has been shortlisted and nominated by Beat staff for the ‘Beat Volunteer Recognition Awards’.
Service User and Carer Priority Setting in Research Workshop 29.Apr.2014
In May 2013 the Service User and Carer Partnership Research Development Group (SUCP RDG) held a workshop with people from across Wales who had experience of mental ill-health.
Knighthood for genetics pioneer 19.Jun.2014
Many congratulations to Professor Mike Owen who has been awarded a Knighthood in the Queen’s birthday honours for services to Psychiatry and Neuroscience.
Call to PIs: Learning Opportunities in the Research Setting (LORS) 18.Feb.2014
The College of Medicine, Swansea University, has been successful in its application for the INSPIRE grant funded by the Academy of Medical Sciences.
General Mental Health News
Launch of Depression: Asking the Right Questions 21.May.2014
At MQ, we believe that research can improve lives - improve diagnosis, treatments, care and prevention. To help researchers find out the most important issues for people faced by depression we have just launched new partnership to conduct a national survey. The partnership is gathering people’s unanswered questions about the condition. We aim to build a strong connection between the research community and the needs of patients – to help inform future research.
Service User Projects
Hafal is Wales’ leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers.
All Wales Psychotherapy Network
Rhwydwaith Seicotherapi Cymru
Craig Y Nos Castle
Brecon Road, Pen-y-cae, Swansea SA9 1GL0
TWELFTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE
NOTICING HOW WE ARE
Friday 20th June 2014
This year we have two experiential keynote presentations thus bringing together a focus on the body in increasing therapist presence and mindfulness as a means to choose where to focus attention and open ourselves to details of present experience. These will be followed by our usual variety of workshops from different therapy modalities offering opportunities to network and share working practices and current thinking in Wales. For more information please click here: Programme
PAST CONFERENCES 2014
Welsh Psychiatric Society / Royal College of Psychiatrists in Wales, 16 May.
Annual Neuroscience Conference, Examination Schools, Oxford University, 10 - 11 May.
Successful Research Delivery through Collaboration, London, 28 Febuary.