Research into Recovery and Wellbeing

A website about the work of the recovery research team at the Institute of Mental Health

The University of Nottingham

Recovery Research Network (RRN)

What is the Recovery Research Network?

The RRN is a network for people who are interested or involved in recovery research to share their plans, present their research results, and develop collaborations for future projects.

The RRN was set up in 2009 as part of the REFOCUS programme, funded by the National Institute for Health Research. It is based in England, but many people from other countries have also joined: as at April 2017 we have 618 members from 20 countries (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, Wales)

Our two main activities are a meeting every six months and a monthly e-bulletin. The meeting typically involves presentation of study designs, findings and plans. The e-bulletin keeps members updated about forthcoming conferences, new publications, and requests for input from RRN members.

The level of involvement is entirely up to each member, with no ongoing commitment. There is no cost to join the network, or for any of its activities.

See the links on the left for more information on the RRN

Who can join?

Anyone who has an interest in recovery research can join the RRN by filling in the online form. Membership is free.

Please note that if you join the Network, the details you supply will be circulated to other members of the Network as part of the monthly e-bulletin, but will not be put on our website and will not be shared with any other organisation.

If you would like to leave the RRN and have your details removed from our database, please email researchintorecovery@nottingham.ac.uk