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CLMH research lessons learned

Blogs, news and lessons learned from the 60 providers involved in the BIS national Community Learning Mental Health research (2015/17)

Ways to Wellbeing Case Study #1

How the IAG offer enhanced the learning on course for one of our learners

Self-health phase 2 -Brighton and Hove Friends Centre

This page provides further information about Self Health, the Brighton and Hove research project, part of the Adult and Community Learning Mental Health Research Project 2015-2017.  You can find out more about the other projects taking part by following this link. 

For background information about Self Health please follow the links at the bottom of this page.

Positive Minds Learn for Wellbeing

In year 2 (2016/17) of the DfE adult education | mental health research Blackburn with Darwen Council adult learning service is assigned to one of 3 non-equivalent intervention groups. We are in Group A. This means that along with 18 other projects, DfE requires us to offer:

The Fortis Project (year 2)

Year 2 of Medway Adult Learning Service Fortis praxis as part of the DfE Adult Education Mental Health national research project 2015/17.


Medway Adult Education overview

Learning Well - City of London and Hackney CLMHP - Year 2

Welcome to the dedicated webpage for Learning Well: the community learning mental health research site in the City of London and Hackney in year 2 (2016/17)



Active Wellness Peterborough Year 2

Welcome to the 'Active Wellness Project' City College Peterborough's Community Learning Mental Health Research Project.

Join our #WMHD2016 webinars

The Mental Health in Further Education Network and DfE Adult Education Mental Health Research projects are offering a series of short webinars throughout October to celebrate World Mental Health D

Positive Minds Learn Wellbeing phase 2 CLMH research

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Phase 2 professional practice lessons learned by Blackburn and Darwen site.



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