Service User Projects
Getting out, meeting people and taking part in activities can have a huge impact on people’s recovery from mental illness, but
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.
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.
The James Lind Library Launch Event
Wednesday May 20th 16:00-19:00 Mathematical Institute, Andrew Wiles Building Woodstock Road, Oxford
Chaired by Professor Carl Heneghan
CONFERENCE ARCHIVE 2015
CRN: Mental Health National Scientific Meeting, 25th - 27th Febuary 2015, The Royal York, Flyer
Involving People Annual Conference 'Building on Success', Cardiff City Stadium 4 February 2015, Flyer
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. Flyer
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), ASM Flyer 2014
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.