Conceptual framework for public mental health
For the past 3 years, I have been the programme manager for the NIHR School for Public Health Research’s Public Mental Health Programme. An important part of this programme was to develop a conceptual framework of the factors which impact our mental health. Aim The aim of this tool is to summarise the current evidence around key factors (also known as determinants) that affect public mental health. The conceptual framework aims to provide information that is relevant and useful to members of the public, public health practitioners, and academics.
Neighborhood-level predictors of age-at-first-diagnosis of psychotic disorders
Longitudinal research on neighbourhood factors and access to mental health care, led by MSc student Spyros Spyridonidis.
Parenthood and risk of suicide
Research led by Alma Sörberg Wallin from Karolinska Institutet exploring if parenthood changed risk of suicide.
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