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The Big Question - Emerging Minds Funding Call Launch
You can now find out more about third and final Emerging Minds network funding call. We will be focusing on our ‘Big Question’ research challenge and in particular:

Why even when we know ‘what works’ isn’t this necessarily implemented in policy and practice?

How do we improve evidence-based decision making?

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Join us for a webinar on Monday 27th September, from 11:00am – 13:00pm

This event will include a series of talks and presentations to describe existing research and evidence on this topic. We will also provide an overview of priorities identified by policy makers and commissioners of services, as well as those priorities identified by parents, carers, and those young people for whom these services are targeted to support. We’ll close by providing information around the upcoming Emerging Minds funding call and how you can get involved.

Abi Thomson from Emerging Minds will be presenting findings from a rapid scoping review of research exploring the barriers and facilitators of implementation within community and school settings. Araminta Peters-Corbett from Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and coordinator of our Emerging Minds BRIDGE special interest research group will also be presenting the results of her review exploring barriers and facilitators for practitioners and clinicians.

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Sep 27, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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Speakers

Abigail Thomson
The Big Question Research Challenge Investigator @Emerging Minds
Hi! I'm Abi. I have been leading on The Big Question Research Challenge, organising workshops, and events, as well as carrying out a rapid scoping review in preparation for our upcoming funding call in this area. In my scoping review, I explore the barriers and facilitators of community-based implementation of research for children and young people’s mental health promotion, prevention, and treatment. I will present the key findings from this review during this event.
Araminta Peters-Corbett
@Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
Hi! I'm Ari. I work with the BRIDGE Special Interest Research Group which focusses on Implementation of research and evidence-based practice in children and young people’s mental health. As part of our output for the BRIDGE SIRG I have been carrying out a rapid scoping review exploring the barriers and facilitators of implementing evidence-based practice and research in children and young people clinical mental health settings. I will present the key findings from this review during this event.
Holly Bear
Postdoctoral Researcher @The University of Oxford
I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford. My current research focuses on how implementation science can be used enhance the adoption and sustainability of evidence-based digital interventions in adolescent and youth mental health. As part of this work, I am leading a systematic review which aims to ascertain how evidence-based mental health apps for young people are sustained and implemented in real-world settings. In my presentation I will share some of the key emerging findings from this review.
Nimrah Afzal
@University of Bath
Hi! I’m Nimrah. I am a research advisor working on The Big Question Research Challenge. I am helping with planning events for the funding call for researchers to investigate how we can effectively implement evidence-based mental health support for children and young people. I will be co-facilitating today’s event to present thoughts shared by young people, parents and carers, and commissioners, and identify priorities for the funding call.
Georgia
Hi! I’m Georgia. I have been working as an Advisor on The Big Question Research Challenge, helping to inform workshops and interviews that will be used for the upcoming funding call. I will be co-presenting the key priorities shared by young people, parents and carers and commissioners of services in relation to this area.