Google Hangout: Interventions to prevent self-harm: what does the evidence say?

Join Evidence-Based Mental Health to discuss ‘Interventions to prevent self-harm’ on Friday 3rd June 2016 at 3pm GMT. There will be a panel of speakers live on Google Hangout discussing the topic and viewers can tweet the event and send in questions using #EBMHchat. Speakers: Keith Hawton (Oxford, UK) Katrina Witt (Deakin, Australia) Annette Erlangsen (Johns Hopkins, USA) […]

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Google Hangout: Bullying victimisation and risk of psychotic phenomena

Join Evidence-Based Mental Health to discuss ‘Bullying victimisation and risk of psychotic phenomena’ on Friday 18th December 2015 at 3pm GMT. There will be a panel of speakers live on Google Hangout discussing the topic and viewers can tweet the event and send in questions using #EBMHchat. […]

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Google Hangout: Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy

Join Evidence-Based Mental Health to discuss ‘Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy‘ on Friday 23rd October 2015 at 3pm BST. There will be a panel of speakers live on Google Hangout discussing the topic and viewers can tweet the event and send in questions using #EBMHchat. […]

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Google Hangout: Early identification of recurrent mood disorders in youth

Our first Google Hangout Last week we ran our first Google Hangout (video conference) that was streamed live through our EBMH YouTube and Google+ account. The theme of the discussion was based on Anne Duffy’s paper on ‘early identification of recurrent mood disorders in youth: the importance of a developmental approach‘ and we had a […]

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