Mental Health and You
Being a research nurse at NSFT
Season 4, Ep. 2
Today we're joined by Donna, Claire and Zoe, who discuss what it's like being a research nurse, sharing a range of interesting insights into what they get up to and more. Get in contact with the team on: Facebook: Research NSFT | FacebookTwitter: NSFT Research (@NSFTresearch) Or read more on our website Research | Norfolk and Suffolk NHS (nsft.nhs.uk)
Social media and mental health
Season 4, Ep. 1
Today we're joined by Suffolk Children and Families Participation Group (Particip8), who launch series 4 of the Mental Health and You podcast. The group discuss their personal experiences of social media, how it's effected/effecting their mental health as well as some top tips on how to deal with social media. Let us know what you thought by contacting us on: Facebook: Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation TrustTwitter: NSFT mental health (@NSFTtweets)
Living with Anxiety
Season 3, Ep. 10
Today we're joined by members of Particip8 (a group of people with a personal interest in mental health for young people and a passion for improving mental health services) who share their experiences of living with anxiety and ways they've learnt to manage and live with it.
Peer Tutors' journeys at NSFT
Season 3, Ep. 9
Today we heard the experiences of peer tutors throughout their time at Recovery College from first going to a course, being a volunteer, through to becoming members of staff at NSFT. Learn more about the Recovery College here https://www.nsft.nhs.uk/recovery-college
ASPIRE study findings
Season 3, Ep. 8
This week we’re joined by Aoife and Brioney who share the findings of the ASPIRE study. Throughout the episode they’re joined by families and facilitators (voiced by others to protect the anonymity of participants) who share different parts of their experience.Listen back to previous episodes on the ASPIRE study: Research: ‘Aspirational’ new family project https://shows.acast.com/mental-health-and-you/episodes/research-aspirational-new-family-project and Research: ASPIRE - listening and learning https://shows.acast.com/mental-health-and-you/episodes/research-aspire-2-listening-and-learning“This project was funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) through its Research for Patient Benefit Programme (Grant Reference Number: NIHR201561). The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care.”“The co-lead for this project was Prof. Cathy Creswell from the University of Oxford. Other members of the research team included Tina Walker who is a parent/carer with expertise by experience, Dr Clio Berry from Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Dr Tim Lomas based in the USA, and Dr Jon Wilson, Dr Tim Clarke and Isabela Tavares Junqueira from NSFT.”For more information about ASPIRE, please email Aspire@nsft.nhs.uk
Sleep and our mental health
Season 3, Ep. 7
This week, Peer Support Workers Rachel and Tim are joined by Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner Eleanor for this podcast. They will be discussing sleep and how this can impact our mental health and sharing Peer Support Workers experiences of managing their sleep and their mental health.
Emotional Based School Avoidance
Season 3, Ep. 6
This week we’re joined by the Psychology and schools team who are sharing some of the ways we can support young people in attending school as well as the effects it can have on their parent and carers. The episode features service user feedback and experiences.
Co-designing and setting up a co-produced study - the MINDS study
Season 3, Ep. 5
In this episode Dr Jonathan Wilson and Sarah Rae from the MINDS Study will discuss how they met & how the MINDS Study came about. Get in contact with the team and take part in the MIND study by emailing MINDS.email@example.com.