Mental Health

& Justice

A multi-disciplinary research initiative, addressing a cluster of public policy challenges that arise at the complex interface where mental health and mental healthcare interact with principles of human rights.

Elisa van der Plas, Metacognition (workstream 5)

Some questions about us, Mark Titchner, (2019). Credit: Daniel Regan.

Performing Metacognition, Sarah Carpenter, (2021).

Recent activity

Alex Ruck Keene in conversation with Hanna Kienzler

14 July 2021 | Bethlem Gallery

Performing Metacognition: artist researcher Sarah Carpenter in collaboration with Bethlem Gallery

News

Self binding directives through making, by Beth Hopkins

21 June 2021 | Tania Gergel

Results of the MHJ/Bipolar UK survey on ‘self-binding directives’

Latest publication

Nuala Kane, Alex Ruck Keene, Gareth Owen, Scott Y. H. Kim

Applying decision-making capacity criteria in practice: A content analysis of court judgments

PLOS ONE, 5 Feb 2021 [link]

Nuala Kane, Alex Ruck Keene, Gareth Owen, Scott Y. H. Kim

Applying decision-making capacity criteria in practice: A content analysis of court judgments

PLOS ONE, 5 Feb 2021 [link]

Mental Health and Justice brings together a unique collaboration to address two fundamental duties: the duty to protect people in contexts where they can be vulnerable, and the duty to respect their agency and autonomy.

The project comprises 6 inter-related research strands, called workstreams

Supporting Legal Capacity

Community Participation

Advance Directives

Insight

Metacognition

Contested Assessment

Supporting Legal Capacity

Community Participation

Advance Directives

Insight

Metacognition

Contested Assessment

Supporting Legal Capacity

Community Participation

Advance Directives

Insight

Metacognition

Contested Assessment

Our partners

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Bipolar UK
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