This event is aimed at introducing new research and innovations aimed at supporting young people’s mental health, with an impressive programme of speakers and contributors who seek to influence the nation’s approach to promoting mental health for children and adolescents.
Keynote: Professor John Wright – Director, Bradford Institute for Health Research
Born in Bradford: can a research study change a city?
Gordon Harold – The University of Cambridge, Professor of the Psychology of Education and Mental Health
Anita Thapar – University of Cardiff, Professor, Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences
Susan McVie – The University of Edinburgh, Professor of Quantitative Criminology
Leon Feinstein – The University of Oxford , Director of the Rees Centre and Professor of Education and Children’s Social Care
Department for Work and Pensions – Supporting parents to enhance children’s mental health and longer-term outcomes: An example of innovation in UK Government Policy Development – The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme (RPC)