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The theme of this meeting is 'Poverty and Social Inequality'

The 18th Recovery Research Network meeting will be held on 21 November 2017 at A G Palmer House, Morrell Crescent, Littlemore, Oxford OX4 4SU.

If you want to attend then please register here.

The theme is Poverty and Social Inequality. The provisional programme is:

0930 Refreshments

1000 Introductions

1030 Ian Tucker - title to be confirmed

1110 Iris Elliott - Inevitable and overwhelming? How researchers can challenge commonsensical discourses around poverty and mental health

1150 Break

1220 Jed Boardman - Mental Health: Exclusion to Inclusion?

1300 Lunch

1400 David McDaid – Dying from inequality: socioeconomics and suicide

1440 Ian Cummins – Austerity and Mental Health

1520 Panel discussion

1540 End of formal meeting

1540-1600 Recovery Research Network business (all welcome to stay)

Parking at the venue is available along the main road past the Littlemore Mental Health Centre.

Public transport options are described on the registration page.


What is the Recovery Research Network (RRN)?

The RRN is a network for people who are interested or involved in recovery research to share their plans, present their research results, and develop collaborations for future projects.

The RRN was set up in 2009 as part of the REFOCUS programme, funded by the National Institute for Health Research. It is based in England, but many
people from around the world have also joined. Our two main activities are a meeting every six months and a monthly e-bulletin. The meeting typically involves presentation of study designs, findings and plans.

The e-bulletin keeps members updated about forthcoming conferences, new publications, and requests for input from RRN members.

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