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News from ARC South London 

ARC South London website goes live

Our new website showcases news, blogs, features and events, as well as detailed information about our research themes and projects. Take a look and give us your feedback.
 

New national research network launched to prioritise mental health care

People using mental health services, including children and young people, are set to benefit from a new national research network leading projects to improve practice and care. The network is being co-led by ARC South London. Read more.  

Being heard, not, “seldom heard”: democratising
research with diverse communities during the pandemic

Dr Josephine Ocloo, the ARC’s diversity and inclusion lead (pictured), writes in the BMJ about the need to diversify and democratise research, and ways to achieve this during the current pandemic. Read Dr Ocloo's piece.    

Experiences, concerns, and priorities for palliative care research during the pandemic

Palliative and end of life care researchers at ARC South London have recently led a rapid virtual stakeholder consultation to understand the emerging experiences, concerns and research priorities of people affected by serious illness, in relation to palliative care, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.    
ARC South London's blog

This month we feature a blog from the ARC's maternity and perinatal mental health theme about the outcomes of two recent online events designed to engage local women in maternity research during the Covid-19 pandemic.   

If you are interested in contributing to the ARC South London blog, please contact the communications team: Nick Sarson or Michele Harris Tafri. 

Upcoming events and courses 

3rd UK Implementation Science Research Conference - full programme published  

In just over two weeks, we'll be holding our 3rd Implementation Science Research Conference, which this year will be fully virtual. Read about the oral and poster presentations, meet the expert sessions, debates, and more here.

When: Thursday 16 July (pm) and Friday 17 July 2020 (all day)
Register and find out more 

The impact of unpaid work on self-reported mental wellbeing: how much commitment is required of Services partners?

An online event organised by the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Kingston University, hosted by Professor Mary Chambers, Director of the Centre for Public Engagement.

When: Wednesday 8 July 2020, 2pm - 3.30pm
Register
New projects on the website 
Improving end of life care in care homes – a new integrated community palliative partnership

Associations between Assisted Reproductive Technologies and women's mental health

Taking a break - use of residential respite by people with dementia and carers
 
Recent ARC South London research papers 
Improving Exercise-Based Interventions for People Living with Both COPD and Frailty: A Realist Review

A health promotion intervention to improve lifestyle choices and health outcomes in people with psychosis: a research programme including the IMPaCT RCT
Resources
Perinatal mental health resources
New resources for clinicians informed by researchers in the ARC's maternity and perinatal mental health team on perinatal mental health.

Pride month 
Digital Health London have launched a new directory to provide mental health support for LGBT+ young people

Acknowledging NIHR funding 
Here is some information for researchers on how to acknowledge NIHR ARC / CLAHRC South London support in their publications.  
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