We announce the two winning projects of the Service User and Carer Involvement Awards 2018.
AMRC Open Research platform launches today, giving researchers the ability to publish their work in open access formats. The platform will help accelerate our understanding of conditions and diseases that affect so many lives.
Around one in five people worldwide will experience severe depression in their lifetime - yet our knowledge of what causes it remains incredibly limited. But new research could provide hope for the development of more effective, personalised care for those affected.
Psychological treatments are often the treatment of choice for people experiencing mental illness. But they’re hard to access and don’t always work well enough. A new report sets out a 10-step plan for how research could help.
A new award is recognising researchers that prioritise public, patient and carer involvement.
Our statement on the Government's new ten-year framework for mental health research in the UK.
New MQ-funded research reveals that evidence-based school bullying interventions could prevent over 24,000 cases of bullying each year, significantly improving mental health for thousands of young people and saving the UK economy £348 million per year group.
Thriving at Work report published today looks at improving mental health in the workplace.