New research has found that greater social support and activities like exercise could protect children and teenagers, who have encountered multiple forms of victimisation, against psychotic experiences.
Andrea's life changed when she was diagnosed with depression in 2015. Three years later, she's a business owner and an international bodybuilder, passionate about fitness and starting conversations about mental health. Here she shares her story, and her hopes for what research could achieve.
If we want to truly transform the mental health of future generations, we need policy plans which are bold and meet the scale of the challenge – and with research at the heart of them.
How can data help us predict the right treatment for each person? We spoke to the scientist who's finding out.
Asha, an MQ ambassador, shares her own experience of anxiety and self-harm and describes how research is helping her challenge misconceptions of mental health in South Asian communities.
These scientists are revolutionising how we understand and treat depression.
Registration is now open for MQ's 2018 Mental Health Data Science Meeting - bringing together researchers and innovators to explore how data science can transform how we understand, treat and prevent mental illness.
Guest blogger Melanie's daughter was twelve when she first tried to take her own life. In this blog, Melanie describes her daughter's journey to recovery and shares her hopes for what mental health research could achieve for young people.