Videos and podcasts in which the EBPU team discuss the findings of their research
A brief review of protective factors for positive mental health among young people of colour
Dr Mia Eisenstadt, Rosa Town and Dr Snigdha Dutta summarise the sixth in our series of mental health and coronavirus research bites, published in March 2021. This research bite asks what we know from research about protective factors to support positive mental health or wellbeing among children and young people of colour, while recognising the vital need to address the very real risks that mintoritised groups in the UK face due to social inequalities, discrimination and systemic and structural racism.
Service and practitioner level variation in non-consensual dropout from child mental health services
Julian Edbrooke-Childs discusses findings from research about unplanned treatment endings in young people’s mental health.
- Edbrooke-Childs, J., Boehnke, J. R., Zamperoni, V., Calderon, A. & Whale, A. (2019). Service- and practitioner-level variation in nonconsensual dropout from child mental health services. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 29, 929–934. doi: 10.1007/s00787-019-01405-6 .
Effectiveness of current psychological interventions to improve emotion regulation in youth
Bettina Moltrecht summarises the findings of a meta-analysis exploring the effectiveness of interventions to improve emotion regulation in young people.
- Moltrecht, B., Deighton, J., Patalay, P. & Edbrooke-Childs, J. (2020). Effectiveness of current psychological interventions to improve emotion regulation in youth: a meta-analysis. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 30, 829–848. doi: 10.100 7/s00787-020-01498-4.
Shining a light on risk and protective factors: Young people’s experiences
Mia Eisenstadt and Emily Stapley share findings from their research about risk and protective factors and change over time in young people’s experiences.
- Stapley, E., Eisenstadt, M., Demkowicz, O., Garland, L., Stock, S., & Deighton, J. (2020). Shining a light on risk and protective factors: young people’s experiences. London: EBPU
Mental health and the coronavirus research bite #4: Sleep hygiene during the pandemic
Marianne McGowan introduces our fourth Mental health and coronavirus research bite, published in July 2020. This research bite looks at the evidence on sleep hygiene during the pandemic, and provides some simple strategies to promote healthy sleep in children, young people and families.
Coronavirus research bite #3: Talking to children and young people about the pandemic
Hannah Merrick introduces our third Mental health and coronavirus research bite, published in May 2020. This research bite looks at the evidence on talking to young people about difficult circumstances, such as the coronavirus pandemic.
Mental health and the coronavirus research bite #2: Supporting children and young people with unplanned endings
Holly Bear introduces the second in our series of Mental health and the coronavirus research bites, published in May 2020. This research bite explores the literature on how to support young people with abrupt or unplanned endings.
Mental health and the coronavirus research bite #1: Self-management strategies for young people experiencing anxiety
Jess Deighton introduces the first in a series of research bites to help parents, carers and professionals to support children and young people’s mental health during the coronavirus pandemic. This research bite was published in April 2020.
Barriers and facilitators to shared decision-making in child and youth mental health: exploring young person and parent perspecitves using the Theoretical Domains Framework
Daniel Hayes shares findings from this study.
- Hayes, D., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Town, R., Wolpert, M. & Midgley, N. (2019). Barriers and facilitators to shared decision‐making in child and youth mental health: Exploring young person and parent perspectives using the Theoretical Domains Framework.Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 20: 57– 67. doi: 10.1002/capr.12257.
High integrity mental health services for children
This is a podcast about high integrity healthcare with authors Miranda Wolpert and Amy Feltham, and Clare Rowland, a volunteer from the Pause Centre in Birmingham, based on the following article:
- Wolpert, M., Vostanis, P., Martin, K., Munk, S., Norman, R., Fonagy, P. et al. (2017). High integrity mental health services for children: focusing on the person, not the problem. BMJ 357 :j1500. doi:10.1136/bmj.j1500