Mental Health Research Matters Campaign
#MentalHealthResearchMatters is a campaign sparking a conversation about why mental health research matters, and what good mental health research looks like.
In 2018, UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) funded 8 mental health research networks. These networks are formed of academics, clinicians, 3rd sector representatives and those with lived experience, amongst others. They tackle a variety of mental health research subjects, ranging from youth mental health to violence and abuse, to loneliness and social isolation.
In 2022, the Mental Health Research Matters team launched a digital conversation about why mental health research matters, what good mental health research looks like and how we can all get involved to make a difference.
The narrative follows a group of people in a local community from different backgrounds and shines a light on the the factors that may impact on their mental health and why multi-disciplinary research, co-produced with people who have lived experience of mental health difficulties, is impostant.
Vanessa Pinfold, McPin Foundation View review on Google
We have been working with Ange at Love & Logic for some 6 months supporting our campaign #mentalhealthresearchmatters and she has produced an animation and infographics. Fantastic. So easy to work with and such brilliant designs. Thank you.