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Mental health & the cost-of-living crisis

As 2022 continues to see rising energy prices & inflation, and lower benefits support, we look at how money will impact the nation’s mental health more than ever this year.
Finance and mental health
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Who are the ‘experts by experience’ in mental health research?

Finance and mental health
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Why collaboration is the key to the future of mental health research

McPin Deputy Research Director Dan Robotham shares his experiences of working with the UKRI mental health research networks.
Research methods
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Who is a peer anyway?

Research methods
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Refugee and migrant inclusion in community mental health project evaluation

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We are concerned about the mental health of PhD students

A blog by Sarah Hamilton on student mental health
Research methods
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Time to Change is ending, so what next?

Research methods
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Myth-busting through art: Designing a mental health audio tour for the National Gallery

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Work Well Evaluation

An evaluation of the Work Well project, an employment project operating in South London, which invested in local projects that tackled poverty and promoted social inclusion and employment
Employment
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When two cultures collide: The reality of being British Asian

Employment
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"Good Work" and good mental health

Employment
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Using Lived Experience in Evaluating Mental Health Peer Support

Employment
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Who do you involve when researching public mental health?

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Mental Health Research Matters

#MentalHealthResearchMatters was a cross-organisation collaboration between the McPin Foundation, Mental Elf and the University of Oxford to share the importance of mental health research.
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Looking back and looking forwards at McPin

Employment
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The genetics of schizophrenia

Employment
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Being a part of the Right People, Right Questions 'Young People's Advisory Group’.

Employment
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Exercise and mental health

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Screen time, involvement and what it means for young people to be involved in research

Employment
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Mental Health and Money Advice shows impact of joined up thinking

Employment