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NLMHP Staff benefit from Mental Health Research for All award funding

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The Mental Health Research for All Programme led by ARCH North Thames has awarded a fellowship and internship to staff from the North London Mental Health Partnership.

The Mental Health Research for All Programme (MH ALL) is a three-year programme promoting the inclusion of diverse experiences in mental health and care research. Building research capacity throughout the region is a key area of the work the programme is doing, funding opportunities for people working in mental health to develop research skills and proposals, and providing mental health research training opportunities.

The MH ALL Programme is led by ARC North Thames, one of the fifteen Applied Research Collaborations under The National Institute of Health and Care Research (NIHR) who jointly fund their work with the Department of Health and Social Care.

Pierre Hoezoo (Dual Diagnosis Worker with Dual Diagnosis Network Enfield) has been awarded a 9-month fellowship. Pierre’s fellowship will support his career development by providing support to develop research skills, complete funding applications and create a research network. The topic that Pierre will focus on will be undertaking a literature review on the barriers and facilitators of mental health service uptake.

Edie Bowen (Assistant Psychologist with Haringey Primary Care MH Team) has been awarded a 6-month internship position with the UCL PETAL project. The PETAL study (Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust and University College London) aims to test a newly developed intervention to support adults with learning disabilities to reduce aggressive challenging behaviour and improve well-being. Edie will work in person to support the set-up and running of a randomised controlled trial. 

Please read further information on the MH ALL Programme site including upcoming training events and opportunities.




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