Welcome to the Mental Health Research Group at The University of Nottingham’s School of Health Sciences.
With an estimated one in four people experiencing a mental health problem at some point in their life, research in this field is increasingly important.
Bringing together leading academics in this field, our world-leading research aims to improve the lives and experiences of those with mental health problems, along with their families, friends and carers. Across several specific themes, our work promotes social inclusion, improves services, influences policy and develops practice.
To find out more about how our research makes an impact, explore the group’s research themes and projects.
The onset of mental health problems typically occurs between the ages of 12 and 25 years. Our research aims to improve prognosis and promote healthy pathways.
This field, pioneered at Nottingham, investigates the relationship between arts, humanities, healthcare, health and wellbeing.
Our research focuses on the way in which mental health services are organised, developing training and new interventions that support personal recovery and wellbeing.
Research in this theme covers several areas including psychological interventions, social cognition models of health-related behaviour, and mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Patrick is Professor of Mental Health Nursing and Dean of the School of Health Sciences.
Discover the latest opportunities for PhD research in the field of mental health.
The University of Nottingham
School of Health Sciences
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA
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