Our latest MQ Open Mind webinar was on Black mental health. We gathered experts on this vital subject from Diverse Cymru, Colourful Minds, as well as one of our MQ Ambassadors Andrea Corbett. Our webinar covered so much that our guests didn't get a chance to answer all of your questions. Here are some of your questions from the Black mental health webinar.
Starting university can be a daunting prospect within itself, but beginning during a global pandemic adds another layer of difficulty for new and returning students. Luckily there are brilliant services such as Nightline to offer support. Nightline is a listening service open at night run by and for students. We caught up with Samuel Donnelly, Head of Communications at Nightline to discuss mental health as the new university year begins.
We’ve relaunched our award-winning MQ Open Mind podcast as a webinar. We are discussing the science behind mental health and addressing some of the most important current topics in mental health.
Our next webinar is on Black mental health matters. You can join us on Thursday 13th August, 5.30-7.30pm to learn more about the important topic of Black mental health. Reserve your free ticket now.
As many people tentatively return to socialising after months of being at home, fresh challenges and worries may arise about managing social distancing and controlling anxieties about the pandemic as a whole.
We recently hosted our first MQ Open Mind Webinar, where were joined by expert panellists to discuss how to look after our mental health as lockdown eases.
After the webinar, we asked each of our panellists their one piece of advice to for people to bear in mind as lockdown eases. Here's what they told us.
The Neureka Project is a novel approach to dementia and mental health research. Anyone can download the app for free, answer a series of questions and start playing games, which feed into a large-scale study with participants from across the globe.
Funded by the Global Brain Health Institute, Trinity College, and Science Foundation Ireland, the Neureka project's primary focus is to increase our understanding of disorders of the mind, including a range of mental health conditions and dementia.
We're relaunching MQ Open Mind for a lockdown webinar series. We’ll be talking about the big issues affecting mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We know COVID-19 is hitting mental health hard. It is also clear there are a number of vulnerable groups at particular risks, including those with increased risk of mental illness, such as trans and gender diverse young people. We caught up with Dr Beth Jones to discuss her latest study on the effects of social distancing on trans and gender diverse young people.
For 2020, Mental Health Awareness Week is all about kindness. Research has shown that kindness and mental health are closely connected. Find out how you can make a difference this year.