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New Changing Lives through Research photography exhibition

The Changing Lives through Research photography exhibition captures images of research from across the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

Changing Lives through Research photography exhibition

£2.5m funding to study transition to adulthood for individuals with ADHD

The Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded £2.5 million funding to principal investigator, Professor Jonna Kuntsi, and team to use remote technology to...

ART Transition

IoPPN researchers feature in 2023 Highly Cited Researcher List

The IoPPN is proud to announce that 30 of our academics have been named on the annual Highly Cited Researcher list from Clarivate released today.

Highly cited 2023

Professor William Yule 1940 – 2023

Tribute to Emeritus Professor William ‘Bill’ Yule, who passed away unexpectedly but peacefully at home on Sunday 5th November 2023.

William Bill Yule

New review highlights range of treatments for eating disorder

A new review has found that people with Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder can be supported with a range of psychological treatments.

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King's third in the UK for psychology two years running

King’s College London has ranked third in the UK for undergraduate Psychology for the second consecutive year in the Times Higher Education (THE) World...

IoPPN students

Multi-university collaboration leads the way on improving student mental health through Nurture-U project

New multi-university collaboration aims to create the blueprint for improving the mental health and wellbeing of students while at university.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy beneficial for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is beneficial for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome or ME/CFS, new research...

talking therapy for psychosis

Researchers call for better integration of mental health and alcohol services among minority ethnic groups

New research shows the association between alcohol use and mental health differs across minority ethnic groups, and provides insight into people’s reasons for...

Growing numbers of alcohol related hospital admissions linked to local spending cuts

Scoring Mental Health: two musical performances in South London to rethink the sound of mental illness

Artists, musicians, experts by experience and researchers will create musical representations of mental health conditions in two November performances at the...

grey sketch of people playing musical instruments

Providing mental health support in peace efforts helps alleviate PTSD and depression

New study shows group counselling and one -on-one peacebuilding activities improve mental health in Nigeria

Children in Nigeria impacted by armed conflict

King's College Hospital Chief Officers Visit Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute

Professor Clive Kay and Dr Leonie Penna met with School of Neuroscience researchers to learn about clinical and academic partnerships.


People with severe mental illness at 50 per cent higher risk of death following COVID-19 infection

New research from King’s College London has found that people in the UK with severe mental illness were at increased risk of death from all causes following...

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AI art workshop held to improve mental health

King’s Undisciplined Spaces project works with charity to gather participant created pieces for AI art exhibition.

Undisciplined Spaces Exhibition

Consistent lack of sleep is related to future depressive symptoms

Consistently sleeping less than five hours a night might raise the risk of developing depressive symptoms, according to a new genetic study.



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