Changing Lives through Research photography exhibition
We believe research is at the heart of better clinical care. We are proud to be leading the way in developing treatments and improving people’s mental health.
There are many people involved in making that happen, and this exhibition captures images of research from across the Trust - staff who become part of our Research Champion network, colleagues from the Joint Research and Development Office, staff from the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre, as well as representation from across the workforce – clinical, academic, corporate and beyond.
In this exhibition, you are invited to read short stories of what research at the Trust means – from helping patients feel comfortable when taking part in a study, to using research skills as a tool in everyday practice.
We want all staff, patients and their carers to have the opportunity to take part in research and feel ownership of research in the Trust. This exhibition reveals some of the ways in which we are having an impact on the lives of people now, and in the future.
A project led by the Joint R&D Office for South London and Maudsley and the IoPPN.
1 December 2023 to Spring 2024. It is open daily from 8am to 6pm. On display in the ground floor corridor between the Maudsley main reception and Eileen Skellern House, at the Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill and at Bethlem Community Centre from 4 December.
Photography by Ben McDade, February 2023
I hope our exhibition will resonate with the audience across the Trust, the IoPPN and beyond, as we wanted to demonstrate the impact of research at a local level. It is an opportunity to show what research looks like on a daily basis, beyond the abstract concept it can seem to be for many people.
Carrie-Ann Black, Head of Nursing for Research and Quality