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Doctor of Science for Dame Til

Doctor of Science for Dame Til

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Professor Dame Til Wykes, Vice-Dean of Psychology and Systems Science and Professor of Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation at the IoPPN, has been awarded an honorary doctorate from her alma mater, the University of Sussex.
New method could fast-track existing drugs as novel treatments for depression

New method could fast-track existing drugs as novel treatments for depression

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Research from King's College London reveals a new method of repurposing existing drugs as novel treatments for depression, using laboratory studies of brain cells.
Post-deployment screening does not help reduce mental health disorders in UK Armed Forces

Post-deployment screening does not help reduce mental health disorders in UK Armed Forces

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A King's College London study testing a potential post-deployment screening programme for UK Armed Forces personnel, based on a computerised assessment and tailored mental health advice, found it was not effective in reducing symptoms of mental health disorders or encouraging personnel to seek help, compared to the general mental health advice which is the standard of care in the UK military.
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Kanye West and the cause of psychosis

Kanye West and the cause of psychosis

Date
23 Feb 2017
Location
16 De Crespigny Park, Denmark Hill Campus, IoPPN Main Building, London, SE5 8AF, Wolfson Lecture Theatre
Description
Professor Oliver Howes opens the first of the Inaugural Lecture Series 2017.
Veterans' Mental Health - 'The Wider Perspective'

Veterans' Mental Health - 'The Wider Perspective'

Date
16 Mar 2017
Location
King’s College London Strand Campus, London WC2R 2LS, The Great Hall
Description
Following on from two highly annual successful events, this one day conference will again be hosted by the King's Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR). The day will be a series of wide ranging presentations and debates related to the mental health of the Armed Forces Community.
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