Mental Health Research Unit
Improving the treatment and care of those with mental illness, their families and carers
MHRU research into ethnicity and admissions
Prof Scott Weich is part of a team that has looked at Size and clustering of ethnic groups and rates of psychiatric admission in EnglandFind out more>
Meet the team
In the Mental Health Research Unit, we are a multidisciplinary, multi-professional group of academic staff, Research Fellows, Research Associates and administrative staff. Currently MHRU includes both clinical and non-clinical academics, as well as honorary members of staffFind out more>
The people who matter
At MHRU, we are committed to working closely with people with mental health issues, their carers and family members, to undertake applied mental health research that improves the treatment and care of those with mental illness.Find out more>
A research project comparing Counselling for Depression (CfD) with CBT as delivered in primary care for clients with moderate or severe depression.
CLAHRC2: Mental Health & Comorbidity Theme for Yorks & Humber
As part of CLAHRC, the study "Supporting the Integrated Management of Multi-morbidity (SIMM)" is addressing the implementation challenges of integrated care for patients with both a long term physical condition and depression within primary care.
A complete list of publications for the MHRU members can be found here via Google Scholar