Find out more about upcoming and past events from Loneliness and Social Isolation Research Network
Up coming events
- 8th July 2020 1400-1600 - Webinar on how to help individuals with mild to moderate mental health problems address loneliness and social isolation.
This event consists of speakers on the topic of research on interventions to reduce loneliness in people with mild to moderate mental health problems to improve mental health, followed by small group discussions on the gaps, promising areas and research priorities in multi-faceted approaches to reduce lonelinesss for his population.
Zoom registration: https://ucl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAqc--hrzMvGdX2nBfZCc4eN9oc6f4uRjP9
- 22nd July 2020 1400-1600 - Webinar on how to help individuals with severe/chronic mental health problems address loneliness and social isolation.
The above events continue our exploration of ways we can help reduce loneliness/social isolation and improve mental health (please note the planned event on 10th June is cancelled). The events will consist of short talks followed by the opportunity for discussion in small groups. You will need to register for these events, and we'll send out details on how to do that nearer the time.
Please register by following this link (you will then be sent a link to join the zoom meeting): https://ucl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAuf-yrqz0iHNQ-fOIk_YXJaA63iwIEo1BF
Connecting in the Community event series
In the lead up to our second funding call on Interventions, which will open in the summer, we are running a series of events to identify the gaps, promising areas and research priorities in different approaches to reducing loneliness, social isolation and mental health problems, both in the general population and for people with exisiting mental health problems.
In our first two events held on 13th and 20th of May 2020, we partnered with the Mental Elf to explore how to improve social connection and mental health in the general population. You can see the videos of the talks on digital technology, built environment and community activiity approaches to addressing loneliness and social isolation and improving mental health from the first two webinars here and read the transcript of Professor Laura Vaughan's talk