Join our patient and public involvement celebration
Working together for better brain health will celebrate the vital role that public and patient involvement (PPI) groups play in research. We are organising the event in collaboration with Brain Repair and Intracranial Neurotherapeutics (BRAIN) Unit.
King's College London launches new website to support people making decisions around their mental health
Advance Choice Documents (ACDs) are written or spoken records that allow people living with a mental illness to state in advance what treatment they would like to be offered in the event of becoming unwell.
Investigating the lesser known symptoms of depression and anxiety
Researchers at the NCMH have been investigating how memory, concentration, and problem-solving skills are impacted by mental illness, and how the internet can be used to treat more people using an innovative digital assessment, the Cardiff ONline Cognitive Assessment (CONCA).
Schizophrenia in film and television - what's the reality?
In modern-day society we are inundated by various forms of media, including film and television. However, if we solely focus on entertainment value, it can be easy to forget that not everything we see on our screens is an accurate reflection of reality.
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