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Right People, Right Questions National Survey

We’re looking for your unanswered questions about young people’s mental health – find out more here!


Personal Wellbeing Networks

Research led by the McPin Foundation has recently been published in the The British Journal for Psychiatry. The research is focused on a new approach to network mapping, Personal Wellbeing Networks, which not only look into social relationships, but also other connections to places regularly visited and activities someone engages in and how they impact of wellbeing. Our Research Director, Vanessa Pinfold who led the study, looks at the significance of getting this work being published a prestigious journal and how we can move forward the research in this blog.

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We are always looking to support people who want to challenge themselves and raise money for mental health research in the process, do get in touch if you are interested.

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