Research at the Bamford Centre
We aim to improve the quality of life for people with mental health problems and their carers through excellent research evidence that informs and influences policy and practice.
Our research at the Bamford centre is varied and focuses on five main areas: younger people, older people, mental health services, population studies and suicide studies.
- PLACE-EE - Platforms for Ageing Community Engagement - Exchange and Enterprise
- EQuIP - Evaluation of a Healthcare Passport to Improve Quality of Care and Communication for People Living with Dementia
- IMPACT – Improving Mental Health Pathways and Care for Adolescents in Transition to Adult Services in Northern Ireland
- Understanding Suicide in Northern Ireland: A Comparison of Service Use and Needs in Urban and Rural Settings
- QuEST - Quality and Effectiveness of Supported Tenancies for People with Mental Health Problems
- MARQUE – Managing Agitation and Increasing the Quality of Life in People with Dementia
- GIFTS - Gender Identity Finding and Transforming Services
- NISAW – Northern Ireland Study of Adolescent Wellbeing
- Memories Cafés
- DFC - Dementia Friendly Communities