NIHR Maudsley BRC: A Year in Review 2022

2022: a year in review

This year our research hit the headlines - from the benefits of birdsong to the predictive power of genetics; while our researchers took to our blog to discuss important issues - such as improving equality in pain management and diversity in research studies.

At the end of the year we launched our new BRC and research themes for 2022-27, and our new microsite - Stories of Research - shows how we are making a difference to mental health.

Discover some of our biggest news stories of 2022 at the NIHR Maudsley BRC: 



Genetics helps estimate the risk of disease – but how much does it really tell us?

Lessons learnt as addictions researchers during a global pandemic

Launch of a new microsite telling our Stories of Research

Autism, ADHD and school absence are risk factors for self-harm, according to new study

CRIS blog: Loneliness – so obviously important but very under-reported

Designing mental health research studies with the Race and Ethnicity Advisory Group



We need to put equity at the heart of pain management

Mental health stigma on Twitter during COVID-19: service user perspectives

Dr Sally Marlow to be first Researcher in Residence at BBC Radio 3

Feeling chirpy: Being around birds is linked to lasting mental health benefits

NIHR Maudsley BRC receives new investment from Government and announced research themes

Adults living in areas with high air pollution are more likely to have multiple long-term health conditions

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By NIHR Maudsley BRC at 19 Dec 2022, 09:00 AM

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