Resources and Links

Please note, these links are neither an endorsement nor a diagnosis. I am not a substitute for medical advice and you should seek additional advice to determine if they are suitable for you, your family, or your loved ones.

Resources for mental health and addiction

Addiction NI - support for addictive behaviours

Carlisle House (residential substance use services)

Depaul (homelessness services)

Search for health services in your area England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland Ireland

Writing and publishing resources

Writing for Research (Prof Patrick Dunleavy)

Everything you ever wanted to know about writing and preparing papers, choosing journals, and other great publishing advice.


Publishing Addiction Science

A superb guide to all aspects of publishing which is relevant to all researchers


How to report (almost) anything


Everything you ever wanted to know about publication ethics

Includes what to do about fabricated data, plagiarism, reviewer ethics, conflicts of interest, changes in authorship, how to complain, and advice for editors. From the Committee in Publication Ethics.



A place to explain your research simply, and in plain language. You can monitor and improve your research reach, and monitor how it is used by social media.


Open access and the post 2014 REF  (For those working in the UK or hoping to in the next few years)

Get credit for your peer review at publons


(Some) Academic social networking sites

Resources for postgraduates and researchers

Psypag (Psychology postgraduate affairs group) - Support for UK postgraduates

British Psychological Society

Support for job searching: The Professor Is In (includes advice for jobs outside the academy too!), good general interview advice

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