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The Centre’s response to Covid-19 and the impact on our wellbeing
This podcast brings together Dr Helen Fisher from the Centre, Dr Sue Stuart-Smith and Dr Margaret Kadiri. They discuss how nature and our environment is critical to our mental and physical wellbeing, why this crisis has given us an opportunity to reflect on the importance of our green space and environment to our wellbeing, and how Covid-19 has further demonstrated inequalities of access to space.
16 December 2020
Researchers at King’s College London have found prevalent and harmful harassment and discrimination…
24 November 2020
Researchers at King’s College London have been selected as one of 10 teams to participate in a new…
18 November 2020
IoPPN is proud to announce that 30 of our academics have been named on the annual Highly Cited…
21 January 2021
The impact of rapid social change on mental health, is one of the major challenges of our time.
The Catalogue of Mental Health Measures is designed to provide easy access to information about the mental health measures included in British cohort and longitudinal studies to maximise the uptake of existing data and facilitate mental health research.
By providing details of the measures and studies, the catalogue serves as a resource for researchers:
To find out more about the Catalogue of Mental Health Measures
How has social transformations contributed to the rising mental health problems among young people?
How do marginalised individuals and communities experience issues that impact on mental health?
What is the impact of welfare reforms and changing work and employment practices on mental health?
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