mental health: compassion app rated top

An app to promote self-compassion developed and evaluated by one of CAHR’s researchers, Dr Elaine Beaumont has been rated as one of the best available.  Read more here

Congratulations to our digital team

Congratulations to our digital team including Dr Cristina Vasilica, Dr Lisa Garwood Cross and Matthew Wynn for their nomination as finalists in the digital innovations category at the RCN awards in November, for the digital skills passport (DiSKPass).  Read more here

Congratulations to Professor Alison Brettle

Congratulations to Professor Alison Brettle on her nomination for Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year at the forthcoming Times Higher Education Awards. Read more here


CAHR would like to welcome our three new academic fellows who began their roles in August 2023.  Welcome to Drs Currie Moore, Lisa Garwood-Cross and David Gilbert, we look forward to working with you.  CAHR would also like to welcome Dr Marie Marshall MBE, a leading children and young peoples nurse who has been appointed […]

Event: Children and young people’s mental health pathways: crisis care and beyond. A collaborative, solution focused approach to overcoming challenges in child and adolescent mental health services in the UK.

15th November 2023 Working in association with the National Association of Psychiatric Intensive Care and colleagues from the CQC and NHS England, Celeste Foster is co-leading the organisation of and presenting at this event to bring together the CAMHS community, for the generation of practice-based evidence and innovation to respond to pressing challenges facing inpatient […]

Relational care, poverty, adversity, and multimorbidity: Evaluating a workshop programme for community nurses and midwives in primary care.  

Queen’s nursing institute Scotland. Edinburgh, 5th September 2023 A Research dissemination event to academics, health professionals, and Scottish Government representatives. The findings and implications of a robust research evaluation of QNIS’ Complexity and Adversity Network were delivered by Celeste Foster & Emma Tague, of University of Salford. The event was to reflect on the impact […]