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Research Group News
A new five-year plan to reduce suicide and self harm in Wales has been unveiled for consultation by the Welsh Government 06.Jan.2015
Talk to Me 2, which builds on the first Talk to Me plan, launched in 2009, has been developed by the National Advisory Group for Suicide and Self harm prevention.
COCAPPA: Cross-national comparative study of recovery-focused mental health care planning in acute inpatient mental health settings 30.Oct.2014
A team of researchers in England and Wales are conducting a cross national comparative study of recovery focused mental health care planning in acute inpatient health care settings.
Bipolar - Priority Setting Partnership 06.Jan.2015
MQ is helping to fund a major project on bipolar disorder.
General Mental Health News
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Service User Projects
Welsh charity Hafal launches a new guide to treatments for serious mental illness
Hafal is Wales’ leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers.
NIHR Clinical Research Network Mental Health
Young People Re Thinking Mental Health Research
Involving People in mental health research
Thursday 29 January 2015, Venue: The British Library, Times: 10am to 4:30pm
CRN: Mental Health National Scientific Meeting
25th - 27th Febuary 2015
The Royal York
Involving People Annual Meeting 2015
‘Building on Success’
4 February 2015, Cardiff City Stadium, 12:00 - 16:15
Our Annual Meeting 2015 will celebrate the growth of public involvement in research across Wales and look at how we can build on this success in the future.
This free event will include:
NISCHR: The future and vision
Angela Martin - National Institute for Social Care and Health Research (NISCHR)
Lead for Public Involvement and Engagement
Celebrating Involving People’s success and looking forward
Barbara Moore – Communications & Engagement Manager, NISCHR Clinical Research Centre &
Helen Grindell - Senior Manager, NISCHR Academic Health Science Collaboration
An opportunity for delegates to talk about the future of public involvement in Wales
Call for abstracts
We have a call for abstracts to be considered as either a poster or ‘speed’ presentation as part of the event. For more information please see the attached flyer.
How to register
Please use our online form to register by 26 January 2015: involving-people-annual-meeting-2015-registration.eventbrite.co.uk
If you are a patient, service user or carer and part of the Involving People Network, we can provide support with your expenses to attend the event. Please contact the Involving People Team for further information before registering for the event.
If you have any queries, please contact the Involving People Team on 02920 196806 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
WELSH PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY / ROYAL COLLEGE OF PSYCHIATRISTS IN WALES
Friday 8 May 2015, The Imperial Hotel, Llandudno
Address: 3rd Floor College of Medicine, Swansea University. Singleton Park, SA2 8PP.
CONFERENCE ARCHIVE 2014
SMHRN, Annual Mental Health Research Network, 'De-stigmatising Mental Illness: the role of Science and Experience'
John McIntyre Conference Centre, Pollock Halls, Edinburgh, 11 December 2014, (9:30am - 4:30pm free event)
World Mental Health Day Events
SWANSEA: Living with Schizophrenia, 10 October, Swansea Grand Theatre
BANGOR: Main Hall, Neuadd Reichel, Ffriddoedd rd, Bangor, LL57 2TR
All Wales Psychotherapy Network / Rhwydwaith Seicotherapi Cymru
Twelfth National Conference, Noticing How We Are 20 June.
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.