UCL Institute of Mental Health


Postponed: Early Career Researchers Event - Children and Young People’s Mental Health

18 July 2022, 3:00 pm–7:00 pm

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The first in-person Children and Young People’s Mental Health (CYP MH) Early Career Researcher Event will be on Monday 18 July, 3pm-7pm.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to







Maya Sapir

Today's event has been postponed

Due to the Met office RED Extreme Heat Warning issued for next week, and considering UCL's hot weather advice, we have decided to postpone the Early Career Researchers event in Children and Young People’s Mental Health scheduled for Monday 18/7 between 3pm-7pm.

We apologise for the short notice and hope you understand our safety concerns. We will reschedule the event for after the summer holidays. We will be in touch again with more information.


This event is aimed to showcase the excellent work on CYP MH conducted by early career researchers at UCL, as well as to facilitate connections and catalyse exchange of ideas and inter-disciplinary collaborations.

It will include invited flash talks showcasing different methodological approaches, a poster session with the opportunity to win a poster prize, and an informal wine reception.

We especially encourage MSc and PhD students, those on practitioner doctorate courses, post-doctoral research fellows, clinical fellows and any other early career researchers with interest in CYP MH to attend.

The event is free and supported by the CYP MH Strategy Implementation Working Group.

Register now to receive future updates on the speakers and programme!

Important information

This meeting is open to everyone who identifies as early career researchers, focusing on any aspect of CYP MH within UCL or partner organisations.

To confirm authenticity of your registration, please use your UCL email address or your primary work address when registering (i.e., do not use gmail, hotmail, etc.).

Poster Abstract Submission

All early career researchers at UCL are eligible to submit a poster abstract.

Posters will be displayed during the event in a common space outside the Kennedy Lecture Theatre.

There will be a prize for the best poster presentation. A small number of shortlisted research posters submitted will be considered and judged on the day.

There will be a limited number of presentation slots available and, if the number of submissions exceeds the available slots, a selection process will be carried out. You will be notified by 20 June if your poster has been accepted.

To submit a poster abstract please complete this form by 10 June, 11:59pm.