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Global Mental Health Communications Toolkit
Mental Health Innovation Network (MHIN), a global community of mental health innovators, have released a toolkit which will help researchers communicate their findings to stakeholders. The toolkit is aimed at mental health research but can be applied to other types of research, and we recommend it because it is pragmatic and very detailed. The toolkit will help readers to know:

  • How to package your key messages to make them remembered and acted upon by your stakeholders.

  • How to plan your communications methods and activities to achieve your project and policy objectives.

  • How to produce perfect communications products, including impact summaries, blogs, infographics and policy briefs, to communicate your key messages to your stakeholders.

You can read more and download the toolkit here.