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Nov
23
2020

How to make partnership working across sectors effective

Partnership working offers great benefits but also presents challenges. Here are our reflections on how to make it a success from a partnership between the mental health and women’s sectors

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Jul
8
2020

Conversations on co-production

The coronavirus pandemic has introduced new challenges to co-production and emphasised existing ones. Our bloggers reflect on some core approaches to bear in mind when navigating how to move forward.

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Feb
12
2020

Commissioning research, creating a legacy

Words That Carry On, a fund established in memory of Lindsay Riddoch, is commissioning research that contributes to supporting people with a diagnosis of personality disorder and autism. Fiona, Lindsay’s mum, describes their journey so far

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Jan
21
2020

It is time to close the mental health gap that autistic women experience

Autistic people deserve good mental health just as much as their non-autistic peers. Jenn Layton Annable, an autistic woman and master’s student, explains why good quality co-produced research is needed to address this

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Jul
3
2019

Sharing power in a complex mental health research programme

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

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