King's College London - Institute of Psychiatry, London, UKThe Institute of Psychiatry provides post-graduate education and carries out research in psychiatry, psychology, and allied disciplines, including basic and clinical neurosciences. The Institute is world renowned for the quality of its research and it became a school of King's College in August 1997.
Mission StatementThe Health Service and Population Research Department (HSPR) seeks to find evidence-based ways to put innovatory treatments and services to the test - not only to improve people's mental health but also to enhance their quality of life. Researchers in HSPR are developing ways of tailoring effective services to the age, gender or culture of people in need of help, discovering what sort of services offer best value for money and establishing how to reduce stigma and discrimination against people with mental illness.
The Section of Community Mental Health evaluates existing and innovative ways of delivering services for people with mental health problems.
The team continues to produce a plethora of resources for use in the UK and internationally - both conceptual models to better understand, evaluate and develop mental health systems and assessment scales designed to evaluate specific treatments and services.
- Graham Thornicroft, MD, Professor of Psychiatry
- Tamara Shaw, MSc, Project Coordinator
- Diana Rose, PhD, Senior Lecturer
- Jasna Russo, MS, Researcher
- Stefanie O'Hara, Senior Administrator
ContactInstitute of Psychiatry
King's College, London
Section of Community Mental Health, PO29
Health Service and Population Research Department
David Goldberg Centre
Institute of Psychiatry
De Crespigny Park, London SE5 8AF
phone: 0207 848 0850
fax: 0207 277 1462
email:Tamara.Shaw (at) iop.kcl.ac.uk