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The MARCH Network is funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) as part of the 2018 Cross-Council Mental Health Plus call

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MARCH Network Year in Review

2018-2019

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Inspirational Videos of projects in action

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For a sample of some of the research in this field, see the suggested reading below.

 

Each month, we will add a sample of new papers to the list. You can recommend papers by tweeting them @NetworkMARCH

Recommended articles for December 2019:

 

  1. Participants report that taking part in community singing workshops plays a key role in maintaining or improving their mental health and well-being 

  2. A social prescribing scheme employing 'Wellbeing Coordinators' has been found to improve wellbeing, perceived health and social connectedness and reduces anxiety 

  3.  An app prompting users to engage with urban nature significantly has been found to improve wellbeing and quality of life, when compared with a built space control 

  4. Arts based recovery college courses are associated with significantly improved mental wellbeing and increased social inclusion 

  5. Taking part in volunteering can provide a buffer against the effects of low self-esteem on wellbeing and sense of belonging in older adults 

 

Previously recommended articles: