New publication on societal and organisational influences on implementation of mental health peer support work

Ramesh M. et. al. have just published an article about societal and organisational influences on implementation of mental health peer support work in low-income and high-income settings. Please find the publication below or in our output area: Ramesh M, et al. BMJ Open 2023;13:e058724. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-058724

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New publication on UPSIDES translation methodologies by Ashleigh.

A new publication by Ashleigh et al. has just been released. It investigates methodologies that were developed to offer sufficiently flexible translation approaches for different study materials. Without this work, an international implementation of UPSIDES would not have been possible. As usual, you can find the article in our output…

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New publications from Ashleigh and Maria

There are two new publications on the UPSIDES project! You can find and download Ashleigh’s “Initial Training for Mental Health Peer Support Workers: Systematized Review and International Delphi Consultation” and Maria’s “UPSIDES peer support – overcoming crises together” in the Output area. Thank you and congratulations to Ashleigh and Maria!

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Article and interviews about the prize-winning posters at the GACD Annual Scientific Meeting 2020

As written in a previous post, Rebecca Nixdorf won the 2020 GACD Annual Scientific Meeting runner-up poster award with her poster on UPSIDES. There are now interviews with her and Dr. Ruth Verhey, the main winner. Please follow the links below to access the article and posts on Twitter and…

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