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Your guide to women's mental health research. In each episode, we sit down with the researchers themselves who are working to mend the gender gap in mental health research. This podcast is funded by King's College London and Wellcome’s Institutional Strategic Support Fund. Katherine Saunders is funded by an NIHR Maudsley BRC PhD studentship.

Your guide to women's mental health research. In each episode, we sit down with the researchers themselves who are working to mend the gender gap in mental health research. This podcast is funded by King's College London and Wellcome’s Institutional Strategic Support Fund. Katherine Saunders is funded by an NIHR Maudsley BRC PhD studentship.
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Your guide to women's mental health research. In each episode, we sit down with the researchers themselves who are working to mend the gender gap in mental health research. This podcast is funded by King's College London and Wellcome’s Institutional Strategic Support Fund. Katherine Saunders is funded by an NIHR Maudsley BRC PhD studentship.

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Episodes

Introducing eating disorder research with Rachel Potterton

11/3/2019
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In this episode, I sit down with Rachel Potterton, a final year PhD student at the Department of Psychological Medicine at King’s College London. Rachel introduces us to the topic of eating disorders and her own research on the importance of a life phase known as ‘emerging adulthood’ in eating disorders. Please be aware that eating disorders are discussed in detail in this episode. Support: - BEAT – https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk Helpline: 08088010677 Youthline: 08088010711...

Duration:00:34:35

Women in Mind: Modern Slavery

10/27/2019
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In this episode, I take you to a very special panel event named Women in Mind: Modern Slavery. This panel event aimed to facilitate discussion on human trafficking and modern slavery, in conjunction with a new art exhibition called Sara Shamma: Modern Slavery, a new series of large-scale portraits by London-based Syrian artist Sara Shamma. Throughout this episode, you will hear from the expert panel discussing issues around modern slavery and the process of creating this incredibly moving...

Duration:00:31:24

Introducing perinatal mental health with Dr Karyn Ayre

10/21/2019
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In this episode I sit down with Dr Karyn Ayre who introduces us to perinatal mental health. We also discuss the fascinating research methods she uses, which involve using natural language processing on the CRIS dataset, to investigate self harm and suicide in the perinatal period. Please be aware that this episode contains detailed discussion on research on self harm and suicide. Support: - Samaritans helpline (24 hours) 116 123 - http://www.mind.org.uk - PANDAS foundation...

Duration:00:27:42

Introducing domestic violence research with Dr Kylee Trevillion

10/6/2019
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In this episode, I sit down with Dr Kylee Trevillion who introduces us to the topic of domestic violence. We also discuss her research on experiences of domestic violence in individuals with mental disorders. Please be aware that this episode contains detailed discussion of domestic violence and abuse research. Support: - For women: https://www.womensaid.org.uk/ 0808 2000 247 National helpline (Freephone 24 hours) - For men: Men’s Advice Line 0808 801 0327 (Freephone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) - For...

Duration:00:25:58

Gender bias in mental health research with Professor Louise Howard

9/21/2019
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In this first episode, I sit down with Professor Louise Howard from the Section of Women’s Mental Health at King’s College London to discuss her journey to researching women’s mental health, gender bias in mental health research and how to continue research in this field in a sustainable way. Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe! Follow us on twitter for the latest updates @MendTheGapPod and let us know your thoughts on this episode using #MendingTheGap This podcast is funded by King's...

Duration:00:25:05