The research forum is an opportunity to celebrate and showcase the outcomes of projects carried out in the previous year(s) and to share details of new research.
The forum is a celebration of research. We share the outputs of research, share information about ongoing research and related topics and provide an opportunity for attendees to discuss interests and ambitions around research.
This free event is open to all staff from across the Trust. We’ll be displaying research posters at the event and will ask attendees to vote for their favourite. Winning posters will receive prizes awarded for 1st and 2nd places
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Date: Thursday, 14th March 2024: Timings TBC
Venue: Cloth Hall Court, Leeds.
|Session Chair: Clare Fenton, LYPFT
|Registration and refreshments
|Sarah Cooper, LYPFT
|Co-production of a nature-based intervention for children with ADHD (CONIFAS): Results and reflections
|Hannah Armitt, Humber Teaching Hospitals Trust and Ellen Kingsley, COMIC at LYPFT
|Reflections on the research project: ‘How does including curated artwork within the hospital environment impact mental health improvement of young people and their families, during an inpatient admission?’
|Em Inman, LYPFT
|Break (and poster viewing)
|Session Chair: George Crowther, LYPFT
|Effectiveness and experiences of a social coaching intervention for people with psychosis (SCENE)
|Agnes Chevalier, East London NHS / Queen Mary University of London
|“It’s only watching it back that I can think differently about what’s happening”. What can ‘Interpersonal Process Recall’ offer to reflective practice when working with offenders with ‘Personality Disorder’?
|Leanne Myers, LYPFT
|Section 17 Leave: Involving unpaid carers in planning and supporting leave for those detained under the Mental Health Act.
|Nicola Moran, University of York
|Lunch (and poster voting)
|Mini version of 360° research management training
|Wendy Andrusjak, LYPFT
|Mini version of Writing for publication
|Sophie Schumann and Heather Steele, LYPFT
|Facilitated networking / making connections
|Sarah Cooper, LYPFT
|Session Chair: Frances Healey, LYPFT
|Me at Mealtimes study – patient experiences of mealtimes on inpatient wards
|Susan Guthrie, LYPFT
|A mixed methods study using co-production to explore food insecurity in adults with Severe Mental Illness living in Northern England.
|Jo Smith, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
|Sara Munro, LYPFT
Watch our promotional video taken at the 2022 Research Forum.
To read about previous Forums please click on the links below:
The research forum is an opportunity to celebrate and showcase the outcomes of projects carried out in the previous…
Stall holders – EMRI Research For All 3
Analysis of treatment seeking UK Gamblers at Northern Gambling Service
Gambling in the UK: An analysis of data from individuals seeking treatment at the UK NHS Northern Gambling Service
MoreRESPECT: A Randomised controlled trial of a sexual health promotion intervention for people with severe mental illness delivered in…
Quantitative MRI in the NHS – Memory Clinics / QMIN-MC
Quantitative MRI of Brain Structure and Function in NHS Memory Clinics
Trial of Ondansetron as a Parkinson’s HAllucinations Treatment