By Laura del Carpio. I was fortunate to be able to attend the 3rd annual Suicide and Self-Harm Early and Mid-Career Researcher’s Forum at the University of Glasgow. Since 2016, this event has brought together researchers at the early (and mid) stages of their careers, people with lived experience, and experts in the field, gathering… Continue reading Conference Review: Early & Mid-Career Researchers’ Forum 2018
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#SeeingFurther: The Lancet Psychiatry Commission on Psychological Treatments Research
On Monday, 26th March 2018 we had our second journal club session and we discussed the paper: Holmes, E. A., Ghaderi, A., Harmer, C. J., Ramchandani, P. G., Cuijpers, P., Morrison, A. P., … & Moulds, M. L. (2018). The Lancet Psychiatry Commission on psychological treatments research in tomorrow’s science. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(3), 237-286.… Continue reading #SeeingFurther: The Lancet Psychiatry Commission on Psychological Treatments Research
One month of NetECR!
One month ago – World Suicide Prevention Day 2017, we launched the International Network of Early Career Researchers in Suicide and Self-harm website – NetECR! Since then, we have been delighted with the response and support of ECRs in our field, as well as that shown by senior academics, institutions and charities from different parts… Continue reading One month of NetECR!
New to research using high school samples? Three things that helped me
By Sarah Stanford. It's time. Two words that can spark excitement or relief. It's time to finish work. It's time for the party to start. It's time to get a coffee. It's time to take off your skinny jeans. But in this instance, these two words did not spark excitement. Instead, my heart felt a… Continue reading New to research using high school samples? Three things that helped me