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POSTPONED: BRC in the Community

Update Monday 16 March 2020: We are postponing our BRC in the Community week of events due to novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We will share details of when this will be rearranged for in due course. 


BRC in the Community: Events celebrating mental health research

Mental health research is at our heart. 

Our community of South East London residents, patients, carers, students, community groups and the public are essential to this work. They support us not only by taking part in clinical trials but help shape our research and its translation into treatment through working with our researchers and clinicians.

Our BRC in the Community week of events will celebrate the amazing collaborations between us and our community, as well as engaging more people with the importance of mental health research.

Projects showcased at events will range from spoken word performance, to art displays from autistic artists, to a film about promoting mental health through social media. Our projects engage people from different age groups, genders, backgrounds and types of neurodiversity with the benefits of mental health research.

For more information about BRC in the Community please contact curator Dr Sally Marlow, or Alex Booth and Serena Rianjongdee