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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  1. 26, March, 2015 Health researchers secure Saudi Arabia project funding

    Professor Derek Stewart

    Health researchers from Aberdeen have secured significant funding for an innovative project to explore medication errors and adverse drug reactions in the Middle East.  

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    The changing shape of North Sea offshore workers over the last three decades is revealed in a ground-breaking study.  


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