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Why did you choose to do research into mental health? Working in the mental health field came first for me, with research following. I ..read more
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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 ..read more
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Why did you choose to do research into mental health? I was influenced by two things. The first was a fascination with the brain. The ..read more
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Motherhood is meant to be “Instagram perfect”. Full of smiles, cuddles and cute babies. But there is more to it, sometimes invisible to ..read more
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How to describe what mental health nurses do? That’s a challenging question, and one that underpinned a recent review of the work of ..read more
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With a long-standing interest in mental health and helping others, I was looking for a job opportunity that would offer me variety, outside ..read more
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Written by the PCNS Committee The Postgraduate Cardiff Neuroscience Society (PCNS) is a student-led society funded by the Neuroscience and ..read more
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Why did you choose to do research into mental health? My interest in mental health research began during my PhD, which was focused on ..read more
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This post first appeared on the National Centre for Mental health website. “Stigma will not disappear overnight. Still, we cannot allow ..read more
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Sinéad Morrison is a PhD student with the Experiences of CHildren with cOpy number variants (ECHO)study Why did you choose to do research ..read more

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