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This mailing list is for individuals working within student advice within East Anglia. This list is primarily aimed at improving communication and developing our services individually and as a whole through sharing best practice and exploring opportunities together. With this in mind, other individuals working within welfare and membership services are welcome to join in order to further these objectives

This list is for discussion of issues and dissemination of information in relation to the promotion of cross disciplinary perspectives on understanding 'antisocial personality disorder' (and related diagnoses and categories.

BACP Workplace Managers jiscmail provides a forum for divisional members who are managers of workplace counselling services to discuss issues with colleagues, share information, advertise relevant events and share good practice.

BACP Workplace Members JiscMail provides a forum for divisional members to discuss issues with colleagues and share information.

This list is used to facilitate communication within the special interest group for bariatric psychologists and psychiatrist, in order promote the development of national clinical guidelines and facilitate research in this area as well as publicise important publications, projects and developments in the field.

For medical educators supporting students who have long terms conditions. The purpose is to share information, publications, good practice, training resources and events within the higher education community. Particularly useful to hear from educators with experience of Fitness to Practise issues and its variable outcomes.

This list connects up researchers and practitioners in order to explore the conceptual development and empirical evidence for using Eye Movement Desensitization with Children and Adolescents

A forum for lecturers, teachers and trainers working in counselling and psychotherapy teaching / training in Higher Education in the UK, to share information, practice, ideas relating to the teaching and management of counselling and psychotherapy programmes.

This listserv is for discussions relating to the work undertaken by the Chester Research Unit for the Psychology of Health and its collaborators.

This list is designed as a resource for those undertaking needs assessments in both HE & FE Settings in order to promote good practice and ensure standards in assessment, training and provision can be developed.

Our focus is on scholarly and research active that focuses on varying perspectives of emotion within the context of criminal justice.

This list is used by the early career members of the European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) to share information concerning prevention-related funding, job opportunities, upcoming conferences and publications. For further information, please visit

This list will serve a growing community of researchers using GABA MRS, both those seeking to improve the methods and those applying them to studies of normal brain function and disease.

This list is for members of the Public Health England funded network on Work, Health and Wellbeing. It will provide an opportunity for the network members to mail any important information to other network members and have discussions about relevant topics.

The Inequalities Research Network is supported by Leeds Social Sciences Institute. It aims to provide a focal point for the collective work undertaken across diverse sectors to address social inequalities and increase social justice.

The list supports knowledge exchange, learning, teaching, research and professional support activities across UK education organisations and other research institutions conducting research on evaluation of local area coordination and similar social care programmes.

MAIDD (Mindfulness Acceptance and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) exists to create communities of researchers and academic practitioners interested in the application of mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches to support individuals with ID and/or autism and families and carers.

A group of professionals involved in providing, supervising and researching Mentalization Based Therapy for Eating Disorders

Mailing list for University researchers and research-active mental health professionals to co-ordinate mental health research in Hull and East Yorkshire.

The list supports researchers and practitioners interested in mindfulness and its benefits for organisations. It started with a special interest group at Sheffield Business School, but aims to be inclusive, encouraging academics and professionals elsewhere to join. It promotes the exchange of ideas, research and experiences.

MINDSOFCASTE is an e-discussion list aimed at discussing, sharing and debating matters relating to caste and mind

Building the research community to establish pathways and protocols for referral, rehabilitation and transitions between rehabilitation and palliative care, for brain cancer patients

This list is used by NNMHR (Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research)to communicate relevant announcements, such as events, conferences, jobs and publications.

This list has been retained 05/07/2016 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list – contact for all enquiries regarding this list

A network for qualified Occupational Physicians to work together to build and protect occupational medicine as a viable and thriving medical & academic specialty focused on enhancing and maintaining the health of people at work. WE aim to complement the work of existing professional bodies

The list is aimed at encouraging collaboration between UK services conducting clinical and research trials for children being treated for a brain tumour.

This list brings together scholars working in the intersection between the sciences and the arts including, but not limited to, sci-art collaborations, the use of the arts in science communication and the use of scientific methodologies in performance, film and dance studies.

The Uk based "Prediction Modelling in Psychiatric Research"group provides a forum for people interested in prediction modelling such as psychiatrists, psychologists, statisticians, bioinformaticians and computer scientists to discuss methodology (such as machine and statistical learning) in psychiatric and psychological sciences. <HTML> The Uk based "Prediction Modelling in Psychiatric Research"group provides a forum for people interested in prediction modelling such as psychiatrists, psychologists, statisticians, bioinformaticians and computer scientists to discuss methodology (such as machine and statistical learning) in psychiatric and psychological sciences. </HTML>

Recruitment for qualitative research on Professionals' Attitudes Towards the Use of Illegal Psychoactive Substances for Depression: Views on Research and Treatment.

This list is used by Psychology librarians and information professionals to share information and best practice.

This contact address will be used by those who are interested in supporting students in residences across the sector, whether this is for pastoral, welfare or discipline matters.

RESILIENCE aims to bring together researchers interested in studying the resilience and well-being of students and trainees, the selection and recruitment of doctors, and career choices for students and trainees

The purpose of the list is to facilitate the group working of staff at the University of Salford with an interest in built environment design and dementia.

Sci-Art-Met is a platform for collaborative action, bringing together the best of interdisciplinary research and holistic practitioners for action on global health and wellbeing.

An interdisciplinary group of academics and practitioners interested in the seaside and its society, economy and politics.

This list is for those interested in solution-focused therapy/working who are also academics

This group is a mailing list for the BSA Sociology of Mental Health study group.

A research network for members to circulate the latest news and research relevant to the topic of Spontaneous Future Cognition.

This network is a multidisciplinary group encompassing individuals within University College London and its associated institutions such as NHS trusts who have a research interest in eating disorders.

For researchers interested in UK Biobank brain imaging - acquisitions, data resources, analysis pipelines and imaging-derived measures of brain structure and function.