Psychosocial & Mental Health

A theme within the Institute of Health and Wellbeing Research.

NMH Theme logoOur research is dedicated to the enhancement of lifelong mental health and wellbeing from a multidisciplinary perspective. We embrace an evidence-based approach to informing policy initiatives, clinical practice, and the education and training of healthcare professionals.

Programmes of research within the theme include:

  • Bereavement care
  • Ante-natal care
  • Promotion of healthy ageing
  • Mental health policy
  • Self care interventions
  • Clinical care provision for ethnic minority groups 
  • Trauma care - focused within the Aberdeen Centre for Trauma Research (ACTR)
  • Mental health and forensic nursing practice

View the Psychosocial & Mental Health Potential PhD Projects

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Contact

Dr Susan Klein

Psychosocial & Mental Health Research Staff

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    Ian Murray

    Professorial lecture to contextualise failures in care and look at the role of public protection regulation in Nursing and Midwifery.  


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