Research Network Activities

CMHDARN offers a range of activities designed to build the evidence base and capacity for research.

These activities include the website, research forums, reflective practice webinars, e-communications strategies, ethics consultation,  and a Community Research Mentoring Project.

CMHDARN aims to link people and organisations to relevant information and resources, funding opportunities, professional development events and workshops, research outcomes and other activities aimed at building the capacity of the sectors to understand and undertake research.

All of our activities are geared towards developing a culture of research by promoting the exchange of ideas, support and collaboration. These activities will build capacity for research, evidence based practices and improved outcomes for people with a lived experience of mental health or alcohol and other drug issues.


For activities outside of the network click here.