Celebrating 10 years of McPin!
Produced to celebrate McPin’s 10th anniversary, the 10 for 10 resources showcase our learning and reflections from working across a wide range of projects.
They are not ‘how to’ guides but instead present our thinking and learning to date. We are continuing to develop our expertise in coproduction, public involvement in research, peer research and supporting lived experience roles in the workplace.
By sharing how we approach these issues and what we have learnt over the decade we hope the resources spark passionate conversations amongst the wider mental health research community, and beyond.
These ten resources will explore how to use lived experience in the workplace; reflect on our public involvement and peer research; look at our ongoing journey towards antiracism; offer guidance on neurodivergent-inclusive meetings and more.
Discover the 10 for 10 resources
Using lived experience in the workplace
Exploring how staff lived experiences are shaping work at McPin. Part of McPin's 10th anniversary celebrations, the 10 for 10 resources reflect on our
Working as a co-researcher
Looking at how co-researchers shape young people’s mental health research. We explore what we mean by co-research and look at examples of it in action
Co-production at McPin
Reflections and learning over 10 years. Part of McPin's 10th anniversary celebrations, the 10 for 10 resources reflect on our
Involving young people in research work
A McPin 10 for 10 resource showcasing ten things you need to know about running a meeting with young people.
Wellbeing at work
Explore what wellbeing at work means at McPin with this vibrant visual with tips on how to create safe, respectful and fulfilling work environments.
We have found that our staff and those we work with bring a huge diversity of strengths and skills into the workplace when they actively draw upon their lived experience. We hope that our learnings can help you to embrace the intrinsic value of lived experience in research.Vanessa Pinfold, McPin co-founder