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gameChange Thomas Kabir explains why VR therapy for psychosis could be a gamechanger and why people with psychosis must be part of its development

Power sharing John Gibson, a service user researcher, reflects on his experiences as a member of a lived experience advisory panel and then as part of a university’s research team

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Young people We want young people to get involved in research that has the potential to affect them, so it reflects their true priorities and concerns. Find out how you can get involved

Meds in pregnancy? How do women decide to stop or continue taking their mental health medication during pregnancy? Read about the experiences of 12 women in our new research paper

Newsletter The theme of the summer issue is power! Peek inside for blogs on power-sharing and power inversions, as well as a book review by Gary Coyle, a McPin peer researcher