Doing our part as citizens: citizen science in mental health research

NEON Study wins public involvement award

We are delighted to announce that the NEON Study has won a prestigious national award for public involvement – the MQ: Mental Health Research, McPin Foundation and NIHR CRN service user and carer involvement award 2022. The award was presented by Lea Milligan...
Doing our part as citizens: citizen science in mental health research

Fiona Ng paper on the lived experience of recovery in borderline personality disorder has been ranked third for ‘most cited’ in the Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation Journal

We are delighted to report that Fiona Ng has had one of her PhD papers ranked third for for ‘most cited’ in the Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation Journal in 2020: Ng FYY, Townsend ML, Miller CE, Jewell M, Grenyer BFS (2019) The lived experience...
Doing our part as citizens: citizen science in mental health research

RECOLLECT Interview study completed

We have now completed our interview study of Recovery Colleges in England. We’re really pleased that 31 Recovery College managers took part. Thank you to all participating colleges! The survey was conducted as part of the RECOLLECT Study, and results will be published...