MyPsych App for Mental Health Research
Event Date: 12/12/2019 13:00 to 12/11/2019 13:20 Venue: Teaching and Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
The MyPsych App for Mental Health research will launch on Thursday 12 December at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. The app, developed by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde in collaboration with colleagues throughout NHS Scotland, provides quick and conve...
NRS Mental Health 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting
Event Date: 04/11/2020 09:00 to 04/11/2020 17:00 Venue: Virtual event, via HOPIN
The 12th Annual Scientific Meeting of NRS Mental Health took place on Wednesday 4 November 2020. If you weren't able to join us on the day, you can catch up on all main sessions and the data parallel session on
Mental Health Data Science Scotland
Event Date: 18/02/2021 13:00 to 18/02/2021 16:15 Venue: via ZOOM
Mental Health Data Science Scotland conference Bringing together the outputs of two MRC Mental Health Data Pathfinder projects under the banner of ‘Mental Health Data Science Scotland’, this free online conference on mental health data science...
NRS Mental Health 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting - video recordings
Event Date: 02/11/2021 09:00 to 02/11/2021 16:30 Venue: Online
'Adaption and renewal: Navigating our recovery' Programme
NHS Research Scotland Mental Health Annual Scientific Meeting 2022
Event Date: 28/11/2022 09:00 to 28/11/2022 17:00 Venue: Strathclyde University, Technology & Innovation Centre
'Changing Minds: Rethinking mental health research' Join us for an engaging day of learning and discussion on the changing face of mental health research in Scotland. This year we are hosting a hybrid event, with the opportunity to join us in person at...
NHS Research Scotland Mental Health Annual Scientific Meeting 2023
Event Date: 30/10/2023 09:00 to 30/10/2023 16:30 Venue: Strathclyde University, Technology & Innovation Centre
'Healthy Connections: from Cells to Society' This year we are hosting a hybrid event, with the opportunity to join us in person at the venue, or virtually online. Anyone interested and involved with mental health research in Scotland can attend.
We would welcome your ideas about the kinds of training events that you would find useful, so please do get in touch. Please contact the SMHRN team.