Involvement Opportunities

Involvement opportunity: Predicting the risk of relapse in people with first episode psychosis

Title: Predicting the risk of relapse in people with first episode psychosis Summary: Preventing and minimising the impact of relapse is an important component of early intervention in psychosis. Around 50% of people with first episode psychosis (FEP) will experience a psychotic relapse in the first two years following remission of their initial episode. Relapse ...

Involvement Opportunity: Research study about working with social isolation and loneliness in a secondary care older people’s mental health team: the experience of service-users and healthcare professionals.

Title: Working with social isolation and loneliness in a secondary care older people’s mental health team: the experience of service-users and healthcare professionals. Project: The aim of this study is to find out what the Cambridge Older People’s Mental Health Team are currently doing to address social aspects of service-users’ recovery (social isolation and loneliness), ...

Ethnic Inequalities in Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)

Would you like to contribute to reducing ethnic inequalities in IAPT Services?  If so, read on! The National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (NCCMH) have been commissioned by the NHS Race and Health Observatory to conduct research into the ethnic inequalities that exist in IAPT services in England. As part of this research, they are hosting ...

Excessive Sleepiness in Psychosis

Summary: Excessive sleepiness and oversleeping are common clinical issues in patients with psychosis and are commonly ascribed to the effects of sedating antipsychotic medications. However, recent research suggests that factors such as mood, activity, and other sleep disorders may contribute to sleepiness more than medication effects. Furthermore, the impacts of excessive sleepiness and oversleeping on ...

We’re inviting you to a catch up and crafting event!

About this event We’re holding an event where you can make your own folded wellbeing book and connect with others over a cuppa on Thursday 21st April from 10am-2pm. It has been a while since we last had an event so want to invite you to join us for a catch up and to reconnect. ...

Public Mental Health Survey

The Public Health team in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough want to know what helps with your mental wellbeing, and how we can help you stay well. We are therefore running a short survey for people with and without mental health conditions to find out what is most important for local people who want to stay mentally ...