For the past 2.5 years, I have been working as a senior post-doctoral researcher and programme manager on the NIHR-funded Public Mental Health Programme. This has been an interesting post, which has allowed me to work on many exciting research projects with wonderful collaborators from across England. In order to further our knowledge of “what … More Conceptual framework for public mental health
I have moved a lot over the past 15 years. I have moved houses, moved cities, moved countries and continents. Each place I have lived has very different vibes – from the rural home I spent my formative years with vegetable gardens and chickens to the Toronto loft in the junction. It is likely that … More Can your neighbourhood shape your mental health? New research
I love a good memoir and can’t resist the non-fiction section to learn all sorts of wonderful things. I will add more recommendations as I come across non-fic gems! *I do get a tiny affiliate bonus if you buy from any of these links, but how else am I to feed my book addiction?
You know I love a good book, so I thought I would make a post where I share some of my favourites linked to non-amazon book sites so you can grab yourself a great read and support independent book sellers! I will update this page when I find another winner. Happy reading! *I do get … More 5-star fiction
Heya friends! The spring sun is out in London, we are bathing in the abundance of blooms (and associated pollen), the world is opening up a bit, my bike is tuned up, and I have joined a cycling club! So when I am not basking in the sun, on a pub patio, popping antihistamines, or … More Pets, papers, and mental health awareness week
For the past two years, I have been the programme manager and senior research fellow on a large programme of research aimed at generating evidence for public mental health. As with many projects, it always takes time before you can see the fruits of all of the work. I am delighted that our first papers … More Improving public mental health among adults from ethnic minority populations in the UK: New research
April 24th marked one of the loudest, piercing holiday – Scream Day! Lisa & Jen cover everything you did (and didn’t) want to know about screams, from the latest strange scream science, screaming yeast, and famous art screams. Because really, who doesn’t want to talk about screams?
In honour of siblings day (April 10), we interviewed our siblings! I have endless stories of growing up with 3 sibs, so it was very fun to chat with my sisters about what they think are some of our greatest (and most questionable) moments from growing up. Find “These are the days of our… podcast” … More Siblings and stories: Ep 10
It’s everyone’s favourite math holiday this weekend, so we have pulled together an episode on pi! In this episode, we discuss the history of Pi, its various uses, and suggestions on how you can celebrate this fantastic math holiday! So get your favourite pie and let’s talk π!
This week on “These are the days of our… podcast,” we discuss the oft maligned instrument – the recorder, in honour of “play a recorder month.” Check it out on Spotify or your preferred podcast place!