This page shows the latest items from the The Mental Elf newsfeed.
A group of UCL Mental Health MSc students summarise a recent RCT assessing the clinical and cost-effectiveness over 6 years of the START intervention for family carers of people with dementia.
Hundreds of people have written Mental Elf blogs over the last few years, and today we want you to tell us who you think has done it the best.
The post Who is your favourite Mental Elf blogger? #MentalElfAwards 2019: it’s time to nominate! appeared first on National Elf Service.
Ian Hamilton reflects on the empty shelves in the Supermarket alcohol aisle and wonders how our relationship with alcohol might change during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The post Cheers Covid-19: Will we consume more alcohol during this crisis? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Simon D’Alfonso summarises an editorial by Sarah Carr, which places the patient as a “domain expert” in artificial intelligence mental health research.
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A group of UCL Mental Health Masters students summarise a systematic review and meta-analysis examining if the global prevalence rate of adult mental illness is increasing.
The post The rapid increase in global mental illness: fake news? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Taking mental health events #BeyondTheRoom dramatically increases their reach and impact. Live tweeting, podcasting and streaming can bring a huge online audience to your conference.
Today, we want YOUR suggestions for which was the best mental health event covered by our #BeyondTheRoom team last year.
The post Nominate the best mental health event taken #BeyondTheRoom in 2019 #MentalElfAwards appeared first on National Elf Service.
As the COVID-19 lockdown enters its second week in the UK, Matthew Iveson and Andrew McIntosh consider the psychological impact of quarantine and how to reduce it.
The post Quarantine: infection prevention, but at what cost for mental health? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Chris Sampson reviews a recent US study which looks at the cost-effectiveness of CBT versus second-generation antidepressants for the initial treatment of major depressive disorder.
The post Cost-effectiveness of CBT for depression: uncertainty remains appeared first on National Elf Service.
Health and social care professionals routinely assess the mental capacity of people to make decisions about their lives, in accordance with the Mental Capacity Act, 2005. A new briefing note for policy makers and mental health professionals looks at how we can mitigate the risk of assumptions and biases in assessments of mental capacity.
Alex Ruck Keene, an expert in mental capacity and mental health law, summarises the briefing and looks forward to the live streamed #MentalCapacity2020 debate at 12pm on Thursday 26th March.
Twitter threads, podcast chats, live streamed YouTube debates, Facebook rants, Instagram stories, academic bun-fights on blog comments…
There are loads of ways to discuss mental health research online. Today, we want YOUR suggestions for which was the best mental health research conversation last year.
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