Stefania Pagani, The CRISP pre-conference symposium: presenting and sharing research
Nicola Cogan, Citizenship and recovery orientated practice and care: developing international networks, collaborations and funding proposals
Gordon Johnston, The benefits of peer research outweigh its challenges in the field of mental health research
Eila Ruuskanen-Himma, A work exchange month in New York - discussing the World Happiness Report
Sinikka Kaakkurinniemi, PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH BY ART – PARTICIPATION IN THE SCOTTISH MENTAL HEALTH ARTS FESTIVAL
Lauri Hovi, Three communications ideas from the Scottish mental health organizations – Insights to anti-stigma campaigns, open source resources, and local mental health websites
Marjo Hannukkala, School environment - a crucial factor in promoting mental wellbeing of children and young people
Robyn Millar, Civic Society in Finland – a short reflection on policy impact
Anna Macintyre, In Europe and the U.S. do we live in a civic or civil society for promoting positive mental health?
Anna Macintyre, A moment of shift? Reflections on the social determinants of mental health in the United States
15 July 2016
Gail Aldam from Mental Health Foundation in Scotland writes about arts and mental health.
1 July 2016
The Moray Wellbeing Hub share their reflections on peer research opportunities at the CRISP stigma seminar held in June 2016.
31 May 2016
Iris Elliot, Head of Policy and Research at Mental Health Foundation writes about the importance of Sharing Knowledge on Citizenship, Recovery and Inclusive Societies.