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Our Research

Our research projects are making a real impact on people's lives.
Explore some of our current projects below, or discover how you can collaborate with us on future research.

Warwick RECOVERS: Responding to COVID by Enhancing Resilience in Students

Globally, mental health and wellbeing have been directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19. The RECOVERS project investigates how Warwick students are coping with the pandemic and its impact on their studies and daily lives. Data from the study will be used to keep students safe and well, to ensure the resilience of campus support services, and to provide crucial scientific information on how the pandemic is affecting mental wellbeing.


TRANSFORM: Transforming Access to Care for Serious Mental Disorders in Slums

TRANSFORM is a UK and low-and-middle-income country research partnership working to increase access to care and improve outcomes of serious mental disorders in slums in Bangladesh and Nigeria. We are developing a collaborative care model involving traditional/faith healers, mental health professionals, primary care practitioners and community health workers.


Mental Health and Productivity in the Workplace

Commitment to employee mental health by employers leads to multiple benefits within the workplace and wider community. The Mental Health and Productivity Pilot (MHPP) project involves various stakeholders from across the Midlands and is led by the University of Warwick (Professor Caroline Meyer), Coventry University (Professor Guy Daly) and the West Midlands Combined Authority (Sean Russell).


Digital Health and Mental Wellbeing

Digital Health is a cross-cutting theme covering diverse areas such as ageing society, youth mental health, sleep patterns, behavioural regulation and suicide prevention. Our researchers explore topics such as developing, delivering and evaluating interventions, medical and societal ethical challenges by using digital and mobile technologies. We are currently using such technologies to help reduce the burden of psychotic disorders in India.


Get involved

The Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing Research leads on ground breaking new research that will have a direct impact upon mental health and wellbeing. We are looking for collaborators from industry, government and academia to help us improve mental health and wellbeing. Find out more about collaborative opportunities...