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The Centre for Society & Mental Health explores today’s changing world and taps into the social factors that shape and promote mental ill health. We bring together world-leading expertise in psychiatry, neuroscience and the social and human sciences to analyse the major social, economic and cultural transformations affecting our mental health.

This includes working closely with those who have experienced mental ill health, as well as with government, non-governmental organisations, policy members, planners, architects and local mental health and community groups to translate our research into practices that will improve the lives of all who are affected.

The Centre for Society & Mental Health is the first interdisciplinary research centre in the UK to bring together world-leading expertise and research on the impact of social transformations on mental health, and is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

This is the official launch event for the Centre and will consist of a number of brief talks, a short film screening, a music performance by the Soothsayers, followed by a drinks reception with interactive stalls.

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At this event

Craig Morgan

Professor of Social Epidemiology