One in four people will develop a mental health problem at some point during their lives. Mental distress can range from mild depression or anxiety to conditions such as bipolar disorder (manic depression) or schizophrenia where individuals may experience psychosis.
The Institute of Mental Health was launched in 2006 to help transform our understanding and treatment of mental illness. We are a partnership between Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and the University of Nottingham and we are one of the leading mental health institutes in the UK, offering leadership and innovation backed by world class expertise.
18th to 20th September 2017, Nottingham Conference Centre
Refocus on Recovery 2017 is an international conference aimed at advancing the field of recovery research and to create an international community of influence. The conference will address:
National BBC Breakfast News covered a conference at the IMH to promote a better understanding of ADHD.
CANDAL, the Institute’s Centre for ADHD and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Across the Lifespan, showcased an ‘in my shoes experience’ developed by Shire and supported by CANDAL members Professor David Daley and Blandine French.
The Institute of Mental Health are now accepting entries for our Publications Awards, looking to highlight the best publications that have been produced during 2016.
Feeling stressed or low? - Join our study and help us research online mental health support. REBOOT (Notts) is a University of Nottingham research study which aims to help local people with stress and low mood.
A new Centre of Excellence has been launched at the Institute. The Centre for Mood Disorders, led by Professor Richard Morriss, will seek to further our understanding of health issues such as depression and bi-polar disorder.
Due to the success of our 2015/16 skills based and research and evaluation seminar series', we are delighted to announce the launch of round two, to be delivered at the Institute of Mental Health in Nottingham until March 2016.