How to make more research accessible to patients

15 February 2015

Sheri Oduola is project manager for Consent for Contact (C4C) and aims to get more patients involved in research work.
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How helping others helped me

10 February 2015

Scott blogs about volunteering and how it changed his life.
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I learn from my clients about what it is to be human

09 February 2015

Dr Sunil Nandha, a SLaM clinical psychologist, wrote a blog for the Guardian Healthcare Network about his typical 'day in the life'.
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A visit to a mental health ward

01 February 2015

Who is involved and how do they benefit the patient? Richard Morley from SLaM’s communications and media team visits the Tony Hillis Unit at Lambeth Hospital.
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Why social inclusion is so important for recovery

27 January 2015

Dr David Blazey is head of social inclusion and recovery projects at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and head of grants at the Maudsley Charity. He explains why these projects are so important in the field of mental health.
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Abandoned Goods, a director's view

23 January 2015

The Maudsley Charity sponsors a range of digital projects. In 2013 the Charity funded a film called Abandoned Goods, a short essay film about the extraordinary collection of artworks created by patients detained in Netherne psychiatric hospital between 1946 and 1981. The film is due to be screened at Sundance international film festival this weekend. Co-Director Edward Lawrenson blogs on Preparing for Sundance and making an award winning film. This article was first published on the British Council Film website:
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