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Commonly-prescribed drugs could increase the risk of dementia, says a new study

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New research suggests that regular use of certain types of commonly-prescribed drugs used to treat bladder conditions, Parkinson's disease and depression, could significantly increase the risk of dementia in later life.
Date:
25/06/2019

New research provides reassurance that the most common ADHD drug is not linked to psychotic symptoms

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The most commonly prescribed ADHD drug methylphenidate does not increase the risk of psychotic episodes in patients, according to experts from the University of Nottingham.
Date:
18/06/2019

2019 Excellence in Forensic Psychology

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Professor Kevin Browne has been awarded the 2019 Excellence in Forensic Psychology Research Award by the British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology (BPS/DFP).
Date:
21/05/2019

£3.5m European dementia research funding marks Institute of Mental Health as lead centre for doctoral training

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Dementia researchers from the Institute of Mental Health have secured a prestigious European Commission funding award, committing over £3.5 million towards a new programme of dementia research over the next three years.
Date:
29/01/2019

National debate on effects of screen-time on young people

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Professor Kevin Browne (Professor of Forensic Psychology & Child Health, Director of Centre for Forensic and Fa?mily Psychology – School of Medicine Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology) has spoken extensively with the BBC across the country expressing his concern with the latest Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health Report and press release which claims there is little evidence that time spent in front of screens effects mental health of young people.
Date:
08/01/2019

£1.5m study to test diagnostic tool for child and adolescent mental health

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A diagnostic tool, which can be used by mental health clinicians to assess children and teenagers, is to be evaluated by experts from the University of Nottingham and Institute of Mental Health, thanks to a £1.5m NIHR grant.
Date:
11/12/2018
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