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Women's Mental Health

Section of Women's Mental Health podcasts and videos

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2016

PROTECT Final Report for the Department of Health Policy Research Programme

Dr Sian Oram and colleagues published the first survey evidence on the health needs of trafficked women and men who were in contact with support services in England, reporting that trafficked people experienced high levels of violence and of mental illness. Watch the video and hear about the key findings and implications for future research:

 

Research areas within women's mental health

mhin-logoTo mark International Women's Day, Mental Health Innovation Network (MHIN) Knowledge Exchange Officer Marguerite Regan interviewed Professor Louise Howard, Head of the Section of Women's Mental Health at the Health Service and Population Research Department.

Louise discusses the pertinent research areas within women's mental health today, her research around violence and trafficking, and her involvement in work to make global mental health a research priority. Listen to the podcast the MHIN's website

2015

PROTECT research findings

Research conducted as part of the PROTECT human trafficking and health programme demonstrated that up to 1 in 8 NHS professionals may have seen a victim of trafficking in their clinical practice. In the following video, Dr Sian Oram describes how the team conducted the research and what they found:

 

Decisions Regarding Treatment of Depression During Pregnancy

Professor Louise Howard gave a presentation for the Marcé Society on Decisions Regarding Treatment of Depression During Pregnancy. 

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