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The Story of the Storytelling Conference – Jodie Gornall

The Story of the Storytelling Conference – Jodie Gornall

Posted on 19 September 2019 by Alison Tobin

The International Storytelling for Health Conference at the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea. Once upon a time, there was a conference, unlike any other conference that had been before. The business […]

Meet the Researcher – Professor Sir Michael Owen

Meet the Researcher – Professor Sir Michael Owen

Posted on 5 July 2019 by Professor Michael Owen

Why did you choose to do research into mental health? Three things happened to me when I was a medical student that influenced my choice of career.  First, I discovered […]

From ‘Instagram mothers’ to Postpartum Psychosis

From ‘Instagram mothers’ to Postpartum Psychosis

Posted on 22 May 2019 by Marisa Casanova Dias

Motherhood is meant to be “Instagram perfect”. Full of smiles, cuddles and cute babies. But there is more to it, sometimes invisible to the naked eye. We all hear about […]

Ten Years of the Postgraduate Cardiff Neuroscience Society

Ten Years of the Postgraduate Cardiff Neuroscience Society

Posted on 6 March 2019 by Alison Tobin

Written by the PCNS Committee The Postgraduate Cardiff Neuroscience Society (PCNS) is a student-led society funded by the Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute (NMHRI). We aim to bring together early […]

Meet the researcher – Dr Kathryn Peall,Clinical Senior Lecturer, Neurosciences & Mental Health Research Institute

Meet the researcher – Dr Kathryn Peall,Clinical Senior Lecturer, Neurosciences & Mental Health Research Institute

Posted on 18 February 2019 by Alison Tobin

Why did you choose to do research into mental health? My interest in mental health research began during my PhD, which was focused on mental health symptoms in a specific […]

JAMMIND: As it happened

JAMMIND: As it happened

Posted on 30 January 2019 by Antonio Pardinas

This post first appeared on the National Centre for Mental health website. “Stigma will not disappear overnight. Still, we cannot allow those with mental disorder to continue to receive the […]

Marking World Mental Health Day

Marking World Mental Health Day

Posted on 14 November 2018 by Sam Hibbitts

It was a great pleasure to chair the World Mental Health Day session at Cardiff University on 10 October 2018. We had incredible engagement from staff and students with a […]

Why having a conversation about mental health in the workplace might not be so simple

Why having a conversation about mental health in the workplace might not be so simple

Posted on 24 October 2018 by James Wallace

James Wallace , PhD Researcher This article first appeared in The Conversation on 10 October 2018 For many people experiencing mental health difficulties, fear of the stigma associated with conditions […]

Meet the Researcher – Amy Lynham, Research Associate, Psychosis and Major Affective Disorders

Meet the Researcher – Amy Lynham, Research Associate, Psychosis and Major Affective Disorders

Posted on 11 September 2018 by Amy Lynham

Why did you choose to do research into mental health? I studied psychology at university because I was fascinated by the brain and human behaviour. I spent a year working […]

Summer school in brain disorders research

Summer school in brain disorders research

Posted on 3 August 2018 by Maria Bolla

I’m a second year PhD student in Neuroscience and Neurotechnologies at Italian Institute of Technology in Genova (Italy). I applied to the summer school because my research work is based […]