Other Regional Collaborations and Networks

Other Regional Collaborations and Networks

Cerebra Network for Neurodevelopmental Disorders –

A unique academic team that truly integrates knowledge, expertise and resources across four leading institutions to deliver greater insight into children with rare and complex syndromes. The aim is to improve the evidence that underpins better assessment and interventions for clinicians, and leads to improved outcomes for these children and their families.

    Aston University
    University of Birmingham
    University of Warwick
    University of Surrey

https://www.cerebranetwork.com

Mental Health Productivity Pilot

The Mental Health and Productivity Pilot (MHPP) is a collaboration of Midlands universities and other partners working together since 2019 to support Midlands’ business communities and their employees, to improve workplace mental health and to reduce the impact it has on sickness absence, presenteeism and productivity. the work is funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and supported by the Department for Health and Social Care and Midlands Engine.

    University of Birmingham
    Loughborough University
    University of Nottingham
    University of Warwick

https://mhpp.me

Midlands Health Psychology Network –

The Midlands Health Psychology Network is a professional forum for health psychology enthusiasts to share clinical and research experiences and information.

    Aston University
    University of Leicester

https://www.midshealthpsych.com 

Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research –

Europe’s largest research centre focusing on preventing miscarriage, with an unrivalled track record in miscarriage research, and will allow 24,000 women every year to access treatment and support, and to take part in cutting edge clinical studies. By sharing information, hospitals will be able to work together to carry out more effective research: combining the partners’ clinical data linkage expertise, the Centre is building the ground-breaking Tommy’s Net, a platform that will help to collect and store information from many different centres.

    University of Birmingham
    University of Warwick
    Imperial College London, working together with their NHS Trusts.

https://www.tommys.org/our-organisation/charity-research/miscarriage-research-centre

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