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New Roles in Mental Health: Tackling lived experience priorities

Samantha Holmes​ is Head of Co Production & Involvement at Rethink Mental Illness. Sam expresses the importance of understanding how to make new roles in mental health services work in the…

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New Roles in Mental Health: Why we need this Research

Rebecca Burgess-Dawson is the National Clinical Lead (Mental Health) for NHS England, Workforce, Training & Education, she explains why the New Roles in Mental Health Research Project led by the…

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New Roles in Mental Health: Being mindful of legal implications

Stephen Jones is the UK Professional Lead for Mental Health at the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). Stephen explains how broad the scope is for the New Roles in Mental Health Research Project (led by…

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New Roles in Mental Health: How this research will help in practice

Tim Kendall explains more about why understanding how to implement new roles in practice in mental health services will support better delivery of care and new policies, discussing in particular the…

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New Roles in Mental Health: What’s the impact on everybody else?

Tim Kendall highlights why it is important to understand how implementing new roles in mental health services impacts on others working in the system. Demonstrating why the New Roles in Mental Health…

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Success videos - Community of learning for PGR supervisors

A video from Chris Blackmore about a Community of Learning at the University of Sheffield for PGR supervisors focusing on the mental health & well-being of PGRs

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Success videos - Unfair means and mental health & well-being

A video from Chris Blackmore about work undertaken in ScHARR on the Unfair Means process and mental health & well-being of students

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Supporting a mentally healthy NHS workforce - Dr Emily Wood

There are over 100,000 vacancies in the NHS, meaning 1 in 12 jobs are unfilled. Half of staff report working unpaid overtime and 1 in 8 left the NHS in 2018. Chronic understaffing and long hours…

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The Factors associated with Student Mental Health - Reviewing the Evidence

This is a recording of our monthly online masterclass by our health research experts based in The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at The University of Sheffield as we explore topics in…

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'Undergraduate study to postgraduate study at Sheffield' by Joe Shipman

Joe Shipman realised in his second year of BA Sociology study at the University of Sheffield that he wanted to launch a career in social work. After researching postgraduate courses in the subject,…

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Mental Health at University - Sports Committee

Sports Committee have spoken out about their experiences with mental health, coping with those issues, and how you can reach out for support. You can access a range of mental health support and our…

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Mental State Examination: Individual Clips; Cognition and Insight – No1, Good Insight

This individual clip covers the mental state examination of a patient who presents with good insight into their condition. They are moderately kempt, and guarded.

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Mental State Examination: Individual Clips; Mood and Affect – No1, Euthymic and Congruent

This individual clip covers the mental state examination of a patient who presents with mood and affect that are euthymic and congruent. They are normally dressed and have normal eye contact.

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Mental State Examination: Individual Clips; Appearance, Behaviour and Speech - No1, Normal

This individual clip covers the mental state examination of a patient who presents with appearance, behaviour and speech that is normal. They have good eye contact, rapport, normal clothing and are…

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Mental State Examination: Individual Clips; Cognition and Insight – No2, Poor Insight

This individual clip covers the mental state examination of a patient who presents with poor insight into their condition. They are moderately kempt, and guarded.

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Mental State Examination: Individual Clips; Mood and Affect – No2, Depressed

This individual clip covers the mental state examination of a patient who presents with mood and affect that are depressed. They are unkempt, looking to the floor and fiddling with zip/coat.

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