Posted on: 01-Mar-2019
Even though my blog post anxiety has slightly improved since my last blog post - I moved on to seeing it as just another uncomfortable activity that is part of my life now - I still wonder, who the hell wants to know about my life or even worse my past year as an Early Career Researcher (Why? Well, you tell me!)
Posted on: 22-Feb-2019
As a medical doctor I have not had a lot of technical training during my education and clinical residency. But I have had a lot of training in medical conditions and gained experience in communicating with patients and doing clinical assessment. These are skills that many technically trained researchers lack.
Posted on: 20-Feb-2019
Children’s data – everyone has an opinion, but what does the research say? A brief report from Professor Sonia Livingstone’s public lecture
Posted on: 18-Feb-2019
I left the halls of the university to embark on an unexpectedly exciting journey. I was a bit nervous but mostly excited to experience the building of an app. This marked the start of my secondment at Create Health.
Posted on: 14-Feb-2019
Not every road is the right one to take. But, be sure that eventually every wrong road leads you, at some point, to the right one. So, you then just have to choose to "walk". Which I did and which I do and, as I walk, this makes me a pilgrim. And a pilgrim accepts the occurrence of a wrong road, as getting lost, somehow, helps.
Posted on: 04-Feb-2019
TEAM ITN researchers at the Marie Curie Alumni Association Conference and General Assembly will lead a mental health workshop for early stage researcher on the 24 February in Vienna, Austria.
Posted on: 07-Jan-2019
Filed under: Events
Problematic use of the internet (PUI) and its impact on the health and wellbeing of European citizens is a primary focus the PUI Cost Action. Problematic behaviours relating to bullying, social media and gaming is become a growing concern across all age groups. This represents an emerging challenge for mental health research.
Posted on: 14-Nov-2018
Filed under: TEAM apps and platforms
Bettina Moltrecht, MSCA researcher at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, is developing a mental health app for children. The app teaches children strategies in how to regulate their feelings.
Posted on: 08-Nov-2018
For three months, I had an exciting research stay at University College Dublin where I managed to make new friends and spend more time collaborating on research activities and projects with fellow TEAM and MSCA researchers.
Posted on: 02-Nov-2018
Filed under: News
In October, TEAM & MSCA researcher, Pegah Hafiz, joined other #JigsawHeros and undertook a challenge which scaled many heights in order to raise funds for Jigsaw, a mental health support service for young people aged 12 – 25 in Ireland. Jigsaw is working to create an Ireland where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported.
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