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A Mentally Healthier Nation: support from ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health

The new ‘A Mentally Healthier Nation’ report by the Centre for Mental Health has called for cross-cutting policy to increasing mental health. The report’s...

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Student mental health problems have almost tripled, study finds

Around one in six undergraduates now report experiencing mental health challenges

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New tool to streamline prescribing of antidepressants

A new web tool has been designed by researchers at King's College London and the University of Oxfordto simplify the prescription of antidepressant and...

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Professor Kate Tchanturia elected President of the Eating Disorders Research Society

Professor Tchanturia has been elected as President to the prestigious international Eating Disorders Research Society (EDRS), the largest international...

Kate Tchanturia EDRS

Lord O'Shaughnessy visits King's College London and the NIHR King's Clinical Research Facility

Lord O’Shaughnessy, Former Health Minister and Senior Partner at consultancy firm Newmarket Strategy visited IoPPN and the NIHR King's Clinical Research...

Lord O’Shaughnessy with King's College academics

Homelessness and social work education

Karl Mason discussed emerging findings from a NIHR School for Social Care Research study

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Dr Ana Dorrego-Rivas and Dr Clementine Edwards receive the Wellcome Early-Career Awards

The 5-year fellowship supports Dr Dorrego-Rivas’ project “Activity-dependent co-ordination of axonal and dendritic maturation” and Dr Edwards’ project...


Artangel and King's College London collaboration to mark World Mental Health Day 2023

Series of film screenings from artist Marcus Coates explore lived experiences of psychosis take place at venues at IoPPN and Science Gallery London to...

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Inflammatory signs for adolescent depression differ between boys and girls

New research funded by MQ Mental Health Research has found sex-differences in the relationship between inflammatory proteins and depression.

Inflammatory signs for adolescent depression differ between boys and girls

A systematic review of the reasons behind self-binding directives

New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London and Ruhr-Universität Bochum has explored the pros...

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Restore and Rebuild therapy shows potential as treatment for moral injury in UK Armed Forces

New research from the King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) and Combat Stress, the UK’s leading veterans’ mental health charity, has shown that a...

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King's innovative AI projects funded to tackle fatal opioid overdoses

Funding from Office for Life Sciences and the Scottish Government for two new projects, including testing the potential of an AI-powered overdose-detecting...

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IoPPN welcomes new Executive Dean Professor Matthew Hotopf

A new chapter for world class Institute as Professor Hotopf begins his five-year tenure as Executive Dean.

Matthew Hotopf

Children with higher BMI at increased risk of developing depression

Children between ages 12 and 16 with a higher body mass index (BMI) are at an increased risk of developing depression symptoms, new research has found.


Inflammation may influence weight loss surgery outcomes, new study reveals

Research funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) has shown that higher levels of inflammation in the blood of patients with...

Inflammation may influence weight loss surgery outcomes, new study reveals


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