New NIHR My Signals Collection: Depression

In My Signals, health and social care staff and service users tell us what research is important to them and why they feel others need to know about it. In this collection, we asked nine mental health practitioners and members of the public to tell us which Signals have interested them most and explain why they feel the findings are worth sharing.

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8c Consultant Psychologist Post at LTHTR - deadline 12.03.20

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are currently advertising for a 0.6wte Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Physical Health and Pain Management. For more details please see the job vacancy page.  The deadline for applications is Thursday 12th March.

Psychological Professionals Wellbeing Symposium- 6 April 2020, Edinburgh - NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION

The Leadership & Management Faculty Psychological Professionals Wellbeing Symposium on 6th April in Edinburgh is now open for registration. For more information and to register for the event, please see the BPS information page.

8,300 contributions - say what?!

As you may be aware, the first online workshop of #PsychologicalProfessionsIntoAction is now closed and there seems to be a void in our lives right about now. We miss hearing from each and every one of you, whether that is through your ideas, comments and votes. So we wanted to reminisce and see how many of you participated. Let's find out…

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Themed Review: Better Health and Care for All

NIHR have recently published a new themed review that looks at research evidence on health and social care services for people with learning disabilities.  This review brings together 23 published studies funded by the NIHR examining aspects of health and social care services for the more than one million people in the UK with a learning disability.

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MH Career Profiles - feedback wanted

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Call for Papers is NOW OPEN

NHS Research and Development North West are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for Lets Talk Research 2020 – The Time is Now!

Thursday 25th June 2020, The Monastery, Gorton

Let’s Talk Research celebrates the exemplary work of early career NHS researchers that is laying the foundations for the methods and practices of the future and asks us to consider what we want research and innovation in the NHS to look like in 2050 and beyond.

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Lived Experience Connectors Workshops

Aimed at Volunteer Leads, Patient Experience Teams, Associate/Director of Nursing and Participation and Engagement Services.

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Trauma and Psychosis Conference – 1st July 2020

A Trauma and Psychosis Conference is taking place on Wednesday 1st July, 09:30-16:30 at Kings House Conference Centre, Manchester.  There will be international and well known speakers alongside NHS clinicians presenting the latest knowledge within their professional fields. For more information and to book your place please see the event flyer.

Event: Attachment Theory and Psychosis

The Division of Psychology and Mental Health is pleased to launch the

publication of Attachment Theory and Psychosis: Current Perspectives and

Future Directions.

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