This NIHR funded Programme aimed to help primary care and community based mental health services work more closely together by developing a system of collaborative care based in GP surgeries for people with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Engager was a novel intervention for supporting prisoners with common mental health problems to achieve their goals.
This research examined how moralising narratives relating to individual responsibility and welfare entitlements influence the medicalisation of mental distress caused by material deprivation and social disadvantage.
A multi-centred randomised controlled trial that investigated the effects of adding web-based coaching (e-coachER) to an exercise referral scheme for patients with chronic physical and mental health conditions.
Trial of physical Activity and Reduction of Smoking (TARS)
Our researchers led a national study to test the effectiveness of new support to help smokers who want to reduce but not quit.
Children and young people
Improving child psychosocial outcomes through evidence-based prevention and early intervention.
Linking individuals from primary care to social interventions which have the potential to improve health and wellbeing.