TRIUMPH video series: youth mental health: it's everyone's business
Our video series shares some of the fantastic research and projects that are going on across the UK to support youth public mental health. We will also hear from young people about the issues and experiences that influence their mental health.
This video looks at the process of co-producing research with young people aged 16-19 years about sexual consent. Researchers talked to a total of 58 young people in Scotland across different genders and sexualities. Find out more in this podcast. To read the full research report please contact Jill.Wilson@ggc.scot.nhs.
PhD researcher, Hazel Marzetti, talks about her research on the contributing factors towards suicidal thoughts and attempts of LGBTQ+ young people in Scotland. Contact: Hazel.Marzetti@ed.ac.uk for more information on her work
This video looks at the development of training for professionals working with care-experienced young people. Members of staff from Who Cares? Scotland, academics and care-experienced young people discuss the link between care experience and mental health that informed the training. Read more about the process behind developing this training.
Forums and webinars
Keynote speeches from the Children & Young People’s Mental Health Early Career Researchers’ Forum that took place on 23 & 24 September 2021.
Recording of TRIUMPH’s webinar, ‘Understanding and Preventing Youth Suicide, transdisciplinary perspectives‘, held online on 16 September 2021. This webinar features an engaging discussion from a range of invited guests from different disciplines, including academics Rory O’Connor, Siobhan O’Neill and Hazel Marzetti and Jenny Ferguson (delivery lead on children and young people, for the Scottish National Suicide Prevention Delivery and Action plan) and Childline team manager, Lauren Burke. Young people from TRIUMPH’s Youth Advisory Group are also in attendance.