Are you a researcher working on young people’s mental health? Our Young People’s Advisory Group could give you fresh ideas and help make your work more relevant

Academic spam can be funny if you know how to spot it. But those who are new to research can be sucked in and have their time wasted. We need to prepare people to hit delete, says Dan Robotham

Make a difference and fund life-changing mental health research.

We need people who have been affected by mental health problems to get involved in research studies as participants or advisers.








The second ever Young People’s bulletin is here! Check it out to find out what our Young People’s Advisory Group (YPAG) are up to and how you can get directly involved in mental health research


We want to make sure young people are 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

The latest edition of our newsletter is here. Inspired by our office move and new neighbours, this edition is all about connecting with others