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Here are the details for the next 3 months SUNLOWS seminars

Here are the details for the next 3 months SUNLOWS seminars

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  • Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Bridge Wing, Floor 2,Room 21, Kings College London, SE1 9NNSUNLOWSwww.sunlows.org.uk info@sunlows.org.uk~The Mental Health Research Network ispart of the NIHR Clinical Research Net-work, which supports research to makepatients, and the NHS, betterPlease call or email to book a place: 020 7848 5015Friday June 282013, 2-4pmCaring for Someone with anEating Disorder - The ECHOStudyby Charlotte Rhind andRebecca HibbsSUNLOWS TRIES TO MAKE THE WHOLE SUBJECT OF RESEARCH USER-FRIENDLYOur team has developed a model of maintenance to understand thefactors that can contribute to the perpetuation of Anorexia Nervosa(AN). One element of this model is a pathological cycle that candevelop within families. For example, in response to themanifestations of AN in the sufferer, approximately 50% of carers(who are usually the parents) exhibit measurable anxiety anddepression, to a degree which constitutes clinical levels of mentalillness. In turn, the carers’ own symptoms impinge upon the ANsufferer, the characteristic behaviour patterns of AN are exacerbatedand the negative cycle persists. Experienced Carers Helping Others(ECHO) is a guided self-help skills training intervention developed toaddress carers’ unmet needs, ameliorate their distress, andprovide skills training to alter key maintaining factors. Two RCT’s arein progress testing the intervention, one with carers of adultinpatients and the other with carers of adolescent outpatients.Future SUNLOWS Dates for your diary26 July 201330 August 2013We always value your feedbackFollowtheSouthLondon&SouthEastHubonTwitterandFacebook:@MHRNSLSEHubMHRNSouthLondon&SouthEastHub
  • Service users’ experiences of recoveryunder the 2008 Care ProgrammeApproachThis study was set up to explore howeffective service users find the 2008 CareProgramme Approachin promoting recovery as theyunderstand it, to put forward their viewsand recommendationsabout the recovery role of the Approachas well as to produce a checklist of goodpractice for mental health professionalsinvolved in this Approach. DorothyGould will present the results of thestudy.SUNLOWSFuture SUNLOWS Dates for your diary30 August 201327 September 2013We always value your feedbackwww.sunlows.org.uk info@sunlows.org.uk~The Mental Health Research Network ispart of the NIHR Clinical Research Net-work, which supports research to makepatients, and the NHS, betterPlease call or email to book a place: 020 7848 5015Friday July 262013, 2-4pmFranklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Bridge Wing, Floor 2,Room 21, Kings College London, SE1 9NNCPA and Recovery –A presentation byDorothy GouldSUNLOWS TRIES TO MAKE THE WHOLE SUBJECT OF RESEARCH USER-FRIENDLYFollowtheSouthLondon&SouthEastHubonTwitterandFacebook:@MHRNSLSEHubMHRNSouthLondon&SouthEastHub
  • START is a major research study spread across 9areas in the UK investigating a form ofintervention for young people and theirfamilies who are experiencing difficulties athome, at school and ometimes with the law.This way of helping young people and theirfamilies is new to the UK. The research teamaim to compare Multisystemic Therapy (MST)with other services that are currently offered toyoung people and their families who areconsidered to be at ‘high risk’ of requiringout-of-home care such as fostering, social careor custody if associated with antisocialbehaviour such as conviction as a youngoffender.SUNLOWSFuture SUNLOWS Dates for your diary27 September 201325 October 2013We always value your feedbackwww.sunlows.org.uk info@sunlows.org.uk~The Mental Health Research Network ispart of the NIHR Clinical Research Net-work, which supports research to makepatients, and the NHS, betterPlease call or email to book a place: 020 7848 5015Friday Aug 302013, 2-4pmVenue to be confirmed nearer the date but this will be at theWaterloo Campus, Kings College LondonSTART: ‘SystemicTherapy For At RiskTeens’ presented byDr. Stephen Butler andSUNLOWS TRIES TO MAKE THE WHOLE SUBJECT OF RESEARCH USER-FRIENDLYFollowtheSouthLondon&SouthEastHubonTwitterandFacebook:@MHRNSLSEHubMHRNSouthLondon&SouthEastHub