Research into Recovery and Wellbeing

A website about the work of the recovery research team at the Institute of Mental Health

The University of Nottingham

Next meeting of the RRN

The next meeting of the Research Recovery Network will be held on Friday 10 May 2019 at McPin Foundation, Can Mezzanine, 7-14 Great Dover Street, London, SE1 4YR (nearest tube station is Borough). The meeting will begin at 10am (registration and refreshments from 9.30am) and end at 4pm.

You can now book your free place here. Meetings are often over-subscribed so please only book if you can definitely come, and do cancel your ticket if you fin you are unable to attend.

The first RRN meeting was held in Spring 2009, and we have met every six months since then. See here for information about previous meetings. To mark our 10-year anniversary, the theme of the Spring 2019 meeting will be 'Recovery Research 10 years on'. We will also be going for a celebratory meal after the meeting.

Provisional agenda

9.30       Refreshments   

10.00     Introductions    

10.30     Mike Slade '10 years of Recovery Research'

11.05     Sara Meddings, Louise Patmore 'Recovery College Research: how we implement the findings in practice'

11.40     Break   

12.00     Andrew Shepherd 'Social and group dynamics in relation to the process of personal recovery'

12.40     Lunch   

1.30       Shula Ramon, Sarah Rae 'Researching service user experiences of positive Shared Decision Making'

2.10       Emilia Deakin 'Digital approaches to data collection in people recovering from psychosis'

2.45       Tony Sparkes 'The impact of the RRN through 10 years'

15.20     Panel Discussion + Q&A for speakers

15.40     Open discussion and sharing experiences - recovery research 10 years on.

All attenders: Please do think about your own experiences of the RRN, and how your own interests in recovery research have developed and changed over the 10 years of the RRN.

16.15      A walk, a drink, followed by optional celebration meal* [*separate sign up required, details to follow]