Leeds Interdisciplinary Mental Health Research Network

Leeds Interdisciplinary Mental Health Research Network

The Leeds Interdisciplinary Mental Health Research Network (LIMHRN) aims to promote interdisciplinary research that tackles local, national and global mental health challenges across clinical and community settings.

We work together to understand mental health and to support diverse settings, organisations, communities and people towards good mental health for all. Our members can provide consultancy, research expertise and service evaluation to external partners.

The events held by the network have been instrumental in giving me the confidence to draw upon interdisciplinary knowledge and explore different research methods.

Dr Kimberly Peterson, Lecturer in the Psychology of Childhood and Education, School of Education, University of Leeds

Get involved

Join our growing community of 120 researchers, collaborate with other leading institutions and help create new regional, national and global partnerships.

  • Join the network as a researcher

    Discover the benefits of joining our network and contribute to a challenge-led research community. You can also access our wide range of resources.

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  • Partner with the network

    We're seeking to work with government, business, the third sector and organisations in educational, forensic, criminal, policy, clinical and healthcare settings to address local, national and global challenges.

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