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Juliana Onwumere

Dr Juliana Onwumere

Reader in Clinical Psychology

Research

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IoPPN Virtual Reality Lab

The IoPPN Virtual Reality Research Lab (VR Lab) is a world-leading multidisciplinary group dedicated to VR based research, assessment and treatments to improve mental health, enhance well-being and promote resilience.

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UNIQUE Research Group

UNIQUE Research group carries out a range of sudies involving people who experience persistent, full-blown psychotic experiences but are not in need of care

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Tackling Inequalities and Discrimination Experiences in health Services (TIDES)

TIDES study investigates how discrimination experienced by both patients and healthcare practitioners may generate and perpetuate inequalities in health service

Project status: Ongoing

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Health Inequalities Research Group

Health Inequalities Research Group is focused on delivering interdisciplinary research on inequalities in mental health in marginalised communities and across health services with an emphasis on race at the intersection of other social identities.

News

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

Experts discuss the impact of the Ukraine war on mental health care needs this Carers Week

Researchers and clinicians across several UK universities took part in a live discussion on Twitter Spaces to address family mental health and care needs...

Twitter Spaces carers week event

Vaccine hesitancy linked to previous experiences of discrimination in healthcare staff

A new study from researchers at King’s has explored how COVID-19 related inequalities experienced by healthcare professionals from racial and ethnic minority...

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Events

24OctExploring the experiences of carers from Black communities  (1)

Exploring the experiences of carers from Black communities

For Black History Month, an online panel of experts will discuss and explore the experiences of carers from Black communities.

Please note: this event has passed.

20AprDenmark Hill campus sign

Demystifying Impact

This event is an opportunity to hear from others on their journey toward research impact, with sessions on how to maximise your own impact.

Please note: this event has passed.

08DecHarold Moody (780 × 450 px)

Harold Moody Lecture 2022

Professor Stephani Hatch on 'Accelerating the Pace of Change in Tackling Social and Mental Health Inequalities and Inequities

Please note: this event has passed.

Features

Brainwaves podcast series

Brainwaves is a podcast series exploring and explaining the latest in mental health and neurosciences research at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology &...

hero image - brainwaves

Research

vrlab_banner-image_children_placeholder
IoPPN Virtual Reality Lab

The IoPPN Virtual Reality Research Lab (VR Lab) is a world-leading multidisciplinary group dedicated to VR based research, assessment and treatments to improve mental health, enhance well-being and promote resilience.

UNIQUE-Logo--Standard-A4-Size-at-600dpi-A556
UNIQUE Research Group

UNIQUE Research group carries out a range of sudies involving people who experience persistent, full-blown psychotic experiences but are not in need of care

tides logo
Tackling Inequalities and Discrimination Experiences in health Services (TIDES)

TIDES study investigates how discrimination experienced by both patients and healthcare practitioners may generate and perpetuate inequalities in health service

Project status: Ongoing

mental-health-and-brain-research-must-be-a-higher-priority-in-global-response-to-tackle-covid-19-pandemic-cropped-780x440
Health Inequalities Research Group

Health Inequalities Research Group is focused on delivering interdisciplinary research on inequalities in mental health in marginalised communities and across health services with an emphasis on race at the intersection of other social identities.

News

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

Experts discuss the impact of the Ukraine war on mental health care needs this Carers Week

Researchers and clinicians across several UK universities took part in a live discussion on Twitter Spaces to address family mental health and care needs...

Twitter Spaces carers week event

Vaccine hesitancy linked to previous experiences of discrimination in healthcare staff

A new study from researchers at King’s has explored how COVID-19 related inequalities experienced by healthcare professionals from racial and ethnic minority...

vaccine-confidence

Events

24OctExploring the experiences of carers from Black communities  (1)

Exploring the experiences of carers from Black communities

For Black History Month, an online panel of experts will discuss and explore the experiences of carers from Black communities.

Please note: this event has passed.

20AprDenmark Hill campus sign

Demystifying Impact

This event is an opportunity to hear from others on their journey toward research impact, with sessions on how to maximise your own impact.

Please note: this event has passed.

08DecHarold Moody (780 × 450 px)

Harold Moody Lecture 2022

Professor Stephani Hatch on 'Accelerating the Pace of Change in Tackling Social and Mental Health Inequalities and Inequities

Please note: this event has passed.

Features

Brainwaves podcast series

Brainwaves is a podcast series exploring and explaining the latest in mental health and neurosciences research at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology &...

hero image - brainwaves