Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Mental Health Ireland promotes positive mental health and what better way to do that than with a smile. They invites people to make their pancakes smile this pancake Tuesday and text MHI to 50300 to donate €4 to Mental Health Ireland.
Happy pancake Tuesday everyone!
My Voice Matters is a national consultation that will gather feedback through two surveys, one for people who use mental health services and one for their family members, friends and carers. Part of the research will be carried out through a survey. You should allow 10-15 minutes to complete the survey. The surveys will look at three main issues:
1. What services are available
2. Experience of services provided
3. How services could be improved
This information will help Mental Health Reform identify gaps in mental health services and, in turn, campaign for improvements.
The survey is completely confidential and there will be no names or contact information collected in the survey.
Who can take part?
Anyone who is using or has used mental health services for their mental health difficulty in the last two years can complete the 'service user' survey.
Have you used Irish mental health services within the last 2 years? Click the link below to take the survey:
Click here to take the Service User Survey
Do you support someone who has experience of mental health services? Click the link below to take the survey:
Click here to take Family, Friends and Carers Survey
Wednesday, 24 January 2018
Thursday, 11 January 2018
Friday, 8 December 2017
We have been asked to circulate information on an upcoming Peer Research Assistant vacancy.
The position will involve conducting qualitative research with a wide range of mental health stakeholders, including people using services, their family, clinicians and managers. Supervision and support will be provided by the Principal Investigator, Professor Agnes Higgins and Post-Doctoral Researcher Dr. Rebecca Murphy in Trinity College Dublin.
The successful candidate will join an exciting multi-disciplinary and multi-partner research effort focused on exploring factors that influence building capacity for collaborative education between service users, family members and practitioners within mental health services. The research is led by Professor Agnes Higgins.
As this is a peer researcher position, self-experience of mental health issues and/or using mental health services is essential. For more information on the vacancy go to: https://www.universityvacancies.com/trinity-college-dublin/research-assistant-8247
Friday, 1 December 2017
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