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Professor of Old Age Psychiatry
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PROTECT Study Administrator
Visiting Research Associate
Postdoctoral Research Associate
PhD student King's International studentship
BDR Senior Manager
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Professor of Translational Neuroscience and Psychiatry
Reader in Forensic Psychiatry
MRCPsych Course Administrator
Research Assistant in Cognitive Neuroscience
Senior Project Researcher
Reader in Addiction Education and Nicotine Research
Consultant Psychiatrist & Visiting Professor
Senior Research Fellow
Clinical Psychologist, Research
Postdoctoral Research Project Manager
Professor of Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy
Postdoctoral Research Fellow & RE-STAR Programme Manager
TRIANGLE Project Research Assistant
Professor of Psychopharmacology & Affective Disorders
Reader in Forensic & Neurodevelopmental SCiences
Research Assistant & PhD Student
Chair in Addictions Treatment & Recovery Studies
Visiting Research Fellow
Lecturer in Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology
NIHR Clinical Lecturer
Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Professor of Neurobiology of Psychosis, IoPPN Vice Dean (International)
NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre PhD Student
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Dr (PhD), Reader in Addiction Research
Lecturer in Psychosis Studies
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Professor of Addiction Psychiatry
Reader in Suicidology and Psychiatry
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Integrating psychological and social care for long-term conditions: 3 Dimensions of Care for long-term conditions.
3DFD is a patient-centred multidisciplinary service integrating psychological and social care with diabetes care.
Comparing the difference in cognitive functioning in people treated with Lurasidone vs. placebo, to observe if the active treatment has any influence.
We aim to develop a simple, accurate and inexpensive blood test for Alzheimer’s disease to support the testing of promising treatments in clinical trials.
The aim of this study is to find better ways to predict how well a treatment works for a particular person with depression.
A 60-month programme with 5 workstreams to describe the role of substance use in intimate partner violence (IPV) perpetration by men in substance use treatment.
This project is studying the causes of ethnic differences in the cause and outcome of psychosis.
Alcohol dependence causes considerable physical and mental health problems;
For many people with depression, the antidepressants most usually prescribed by GPs are only somewhat helpful.
The purpose of the study is to find out if telecare can safely extend the time people with dementia can continue to live independently in their own homes.
The ATTENS Project explores the potential of eTNS in improving symptoms, cognitive performance and the functioning of the brain in children with ADHD.
This is a review of the changing use of prescribed benzodiazepines and z-drugs and of over-the-counter codeine-containing products in England.
The BIPP Study is a longitudinal follow-up study of brain development and childhood outcomes following very preterm birth, led by Professor Chiara Nosarti.
Brains for Dementia Research (BDR) was established in 2007 to promote brain donation and develop a network of brain tissue banks.
Children with conduct problems (CP) are repetitively and persistently aggressive, destructive and break rules in social and school settings.
The CLAHRC is a collaborative partnership between universities and surrounding NHS organisations
The Commissioning Toolkit is an online database that evaluates and rates the quality and effectiveness of parenting programmes.
The internet and social media have transformed the way products are marketed and sold and how information is shared and used.
This consists of five linked research studies which aim to develop a UK Evidence Base for Contingency Management in Addiction Treatment.
The department has an active interest in questions around substitute decision-making and supportive decision-making in healthcare.
Development of a co-designed tobacco harm reduction toolkit for use within the homeless sector
Many people with type 2 diabetes (T2DM) will require insulin as their diabetes progresses.
The aim of this project is to develop new tools that both help improve our understanding of the causes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD).
Qualitative interviews will be conducted with military personnel (serving/ex-serving), who either reported being a perpetrator or victim/survivor of DVA, to examine their perspective of the impact of military service on their relationship, support available and attitude to help-seeking for violence within the relationship.
Qualitative interviews will be conducted with spouses/partners of serving or ex-serving military personnel who have been victims/survivors of DVA by their military partners, to explore the factors that impact on their relationship, the risk of DVA within these relationships and help seeking behaviours.
Data from phase 3 of King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) cohort study of the health and well-being of the UK Armed Forces will be used to estimate the prevalence of and risk factors for self-reported DVA in the past year, both perpetration and victimisation, among both serving and ex-serving personnel. The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey will be used as a general population comparison group.
Qualitative interviews will be conducted with health/welfare staff working with serving and ex-serving military personnel to explore attitudes to DVA and to examine how it is identified and managed.
A Delphi methodology will be used to generate expert consensus on good practice in the prevention and management of DVA among UK military personnel.
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