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Improving public mental health in adults experiencing key psychosocial stresses and life transitions

Public mental health (PMH) is a national priority and a challenge for public health practitioners. However the evidence base regarding effective interventions for at risk adults is limited.
This project (WP4) is part of phase one of the SPHR PMH programme. It has been designed to identify and describe promising PMH interventions in adults from literature and in practice. The purpose is to inform phase two of the PMH programme, where we will deliver larger scale, in-depth evaluations of one or two interventions for adults across SPHR.

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Improving public mental health in adults experiencing key psychosocial stresses and life transitions

Public mental health (PMH) is a national priority and a challenge for public health practitioners. However the evidence base regarding effective interventions for at risk adults is limited.
This project (WP4) is part of phase one of the SPHR PMH programme. It has been designed to identify and describe promising PMH interventions in adults from literature and in practice. The purpose is to inform phase two of the PMH programme, where we will deliver larger scale, in-depth evaluations of one or two interventions for adults across SPHR.

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Improving public mental health in adults experiencing key psychosocial stresses and life transitions

Public mental health (PMH) is a national priority and a challenge for public health practitioners. However the evidence base regarding effective interventions for at risk adults is limited.
This project (WP4) is part of phase one of the SPHR PMH programme. It has been designed to identify and describe promising PMH interventions in adults from literature and in practice. The purpose is to inform phase two of the PMH programme, where we will deliver larger scale, in-depth evaluations of one or two interventions for adults across SPHR.

January 2019 - July 2020

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Improving the mental health of children and young people in education

This work package will focus on the mechanisms by which educational psychosocial and physical environments impact on the mental health of children and young people (ages 45-18). Our focus is on formal, statutory education settings. It will identify interventions or changes within those settings that have the potential to improve mental health outcomes and inequalities for all young people (including, but not limited to, at-risk groups) among this age group. It sits jointly within the Public mental health (PMH) and the Children, young people and families (CYPF) programmes.

January 2019 - June 2020

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Improving the mental health of children and young people in education

This work package will focus on the mechanisms by which educational psychosocial and physical environments impact on the mental health of children and young people (ages 45-18). Our focus is on formal, statutory education settings. It will identify interventions or changes within those settings that have the potential to improve mental health outcomes and inequalities for all young people (including, but not limited to, at-risk groups) among this age group. It sits jointly within the Public mental health (PMH) and the Children, young people and families (CYPF) programmes.

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Improving the mental health of children and young people in education

This work package will focus on the mechanisms by which educational psychosocial and physical environments impact on the mental health of children and young people (ages 45-18). Our focus is on formal, statutory education settings. It will identify interventions or changes within those settings that have the potential to improve mental health outcomes and inequalities for all young people (including, but not limited to, at-risk groups) among this age group. It sits jointly within the Public mental health (PMH) and the Children, young people and families (CYPF) programmes.

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Improving the mental health of children and young people in education

This work package will focus on the mechanisms by which educational psychosocial and physical environments impact on the mental health of children and young people (ages 45-18). Our focus is on formal, statutory education settings. It will identify interventions or changes within those settings that have the potential to improve mental health outcomes and inequalities for all young people (including, but not limited to, at-risk groups) among this age group. It sits jointly within the Public mental health (PMH) and the Children, young people and families (CYPF) programmes.

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Improving the mental health of children and young people in education

This work package will focus on the mechanisms by which educational psychosocial and physical environments impact on the mental health of children and young people (ages 45-18). Our focus is on formal, statutory education settings. It will identify interventions or changes within those settings that have the potential to improve mental health outcomes and inequalities for all young people (including, but not limited to, at-risk groups) among this age group. It sits jointly within the Public mental health (PMH) and the Children, young people and families (CYPF) programmes.

January 2019 - June 2020

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Identifying and validating a core public mental health outcome set

Evaluations of Public mental health (PMH) initiatives have been criticised as often fragmented and poor quality, with a wide range of outcome measures used. This means that comparing between studies and larger scale ‘natural experiments’ are difficult. We have therefore identified a need for a common agreed core outcome set for PMH.

The overarching aim of the proposed project is to develop, validate and agree a suite of core outcome sets appropriate for use in evaluative public mental health research.

January 2019 - June 2021

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Identifying and validating a core public mental health outcome set

Evaluations of Public mental health (PMH) initiatives have been criticised as often fragmented and poor quality, with a wide range of outcome measures used. This means that comparing between studies and larger scale ‘natural experiments’ are difficult. We have therefore identified a need for a common agreed core outcome set for PMH.

The overarching aim of the proposed project is to develop, validate and agree a suite of core outcome sets appropriate for use in evaluative public mental health research.

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Identifying and validating a core public mental health outcome set

Evaluations of Public mental health (PMH) initiatives have been criticised as often fragmented and poor quality, with a wide range of outcome measures used. This means that comparing between studies and larger scale ‘natural experiments’ are difficult. We have therefore identified a need for a common agreed core outcome set for PMH.

The overarching aim of the proposed project is to develop, validate and agree a suite of core outcome sets appropriate for use in evaluative public mental health research.

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Developing a public mental health conceptual framework

This is the first of four Work Packages (WPs) in the first phase of the Public mental health (PMH) programme. The PMH programme focuses on promotion, prevention and population-wide approaches to influence positive and negative mental health outcomes. Extensive consultation and deliberation has established that the public mental health field has a serious and fundamental gap in knowledge at present, which inhibits systematic progress. This is the absence of overarching, evidenced conceptual frameworks with linked meaningful (in terms of lived current and future lives) outcomes.

January 2019 - June 2020

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Developing a public mental health conceptual framework

This is the first of four Work Packages (WPs) in the first phase of the Public mental health (PMH) programme. The PMH programme focuses on promotion, prevention and population-wide approaches to influence positive and negative mental health outcomes. Extensive consultation and deliberation has established that the public mental health field has a serious and fundamental gap in knowledge at present, which inhibits systematic progress. This is the absence of overarching, evidenced conceptual frameworks with linked meaningful (in terms of lived current and future lives) outcomes.

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Developing a public mental health conceptual framework

This is the first of four Work Packages (WPs) in the first phase of the Public mental health (PMH) programme. The PMH programme focuses on promotion, prevention and population-wide approaches to influence positive and negative mental health outcomes. Extensive consultation and deliberation has established that the public mental health field has a serious and fundamental gap in knowledge at present, which inhibits systematic progress. This is the absence of overarching, evidenced conceptual frameworks with linked meaningful (in terms of lived current and future lives) outcomes.

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Developing a public mental health conceptual framework

This is the first of four Work Packages (WPs) in the first phase of the Public mental health (PMH) programme. The PMH programme focuses on promotion, prevention and population-wide approaches to influence positive and negative mental health outcomes. Extensive consultation and deliberation has established that the public mental health field has a serious and fundamental gap in knowledge at present, which inhibits systematic progress. This is the absence of overarching, evidenced conceptual frameworks with linked meaningful (in terms of lived current and future lives) outcomes.

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25Mar

NIHR School for Public Health Research Annual Scientific Meeting 2020

Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel, BristolFind out more
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Healthy people, healthy places

The NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) held its sixth Annual Scientific Meeting on Tuesday 26th March 2019 at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead.

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Refreshed and renewed membership for the NIHR School for Public Health Research announced

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Scheme’s success at stopping mums-to-be smoking

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Scheme’s success at stopping mums-to-be smoking

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Digital alcohol advice may help to reduce drinking

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Digital alcohol advice may help to reduce drinking

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