UCL Institute of Mental Health


Institute of Mental Health International Conference

21 September 2022, 10:00 am–5:00 pm

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UCL Institute of Mental health is excited to announce the third (and first in-person) annual international conference on the 21st September 2022

Event Information

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Maria Thomas


Darwin Lecture Theatre
Darwin Building
Gower street
United Kingdom

The conference will feature local experts and guest speakers from around the world, highlighting a wide range of mental health research, responding to the big issues of today, including COVID-19 and mental health; Pharmalogical and psychological treatments for depression; Conflict, war and trauma; and the future of psychiatry. You can find the full programme on our webpages.

The event will take place from 10am-5.00pm BST on Wednesday 21st September. The conference will be held at UCL Darwin Lecture Theatre, Gower St, London

The conference is open to academics, researchers, clinicians, students and people with lived experience.

Tickets prices:

Conference attendance£5
Optional: lunch package*£17.50
Optional: evening drinks and canapes reception£10

Conference attendance includes teas and coffees. 

*lunch package includes selection of sandwichs or salads, fruit, crudites and dips, and drink. You will need to purchase a conference attendance ticket in addition to selecting the lunch option. 

Please book your ticket via UCL Ticketing. If you can no longer attend the conference, we would appreciate it if you could cancel your registration so others may attend. Please send any questions relating to registration bookings to iomh.info@ucl.ac.uk

As part of the conference, the IoMH will be showcasing research presentations from PhD/Masters students and Early Career Researchers. Conference attendees will be able to view posters during the conference and selected submissions will be eligible for the IoMH and Audience Choice Poster Presentation Awards. Posters will be displayed in rooms B05 and B15 (opposite the lecture theatre).