An MQ funded study published today has successfully developed a predictive tool that could help recognise young people who are at high or low risk of depression in young adulthood.
Research suggests an increasing number of young people are self-harming, and more than half of them aren’t seeking help. This episode asks why - and what can we do about it?
The IDEA project explores how we can identify depression in young people as early as possible. The team writes about pushing boundaries and defying conventional ways of working...
This year we're launching a funding call for our Fellows Award - supporting researchers to explore new and better ways to understand, treat and prevent mental illness.
Just 2% of those in mental health services participate in research, compared to almost 20% of cancer patients, and the majority of participants tend to be white, middle-class women. So why is participation in mental health research so low and lacking in diversity? And what can be done to tackle it?
Emily dealt with self-harm and anxiety for over a decade. She writes about it for the first time – and explains why research is providing a light at the end of the tunnel.
Following the launch of Participate, six people share why they chose to take part in mental health research.
After suffering for years from anxiety and panic attacks, Teresa's life was changed by participating in research.