Articles & Broadcast

July 2015

Mental Health Today
New mental health learning resource launched.

November 2014

BBC Radio 4 – All in the Mind
Professor Kamaldeep Bhui discusses his research on violent radicalisation and explains why vulnerability to radicalisation is linked to depression.

September 2014

The Independent
Affluent, British born believers more easily seduced by extremists

The Times (Ireland)
Radicalised Muslims in UK more likely to be well-heeled

Mental Health Today
Vulnerability to radicalisation linked to depression

Eastern Eye
Public health approach needed to prevent UK extremism

Daily Mail
British Muslim families more likely to be radicalised than recent mirgrants lived

Channel 4 News online
The mental health of radical extremists

New Zealand Herald
Wealthy, socially isolated most likely terror recruits
Radicalised Muslims more likely to be rich, depressed and UK born
Radicalised Muslims more likely to be rich, depressed and UK born

October 2013

Mental Health Today online
More preventive strategies to prevent suicide needed

September 2013

QMUL online
Queen Mary Psychiatrist named new Editor of British Journal of Psychiatry

September 2013

Mental Health Today
Mental Health and Violent Radicalisation

August 2013

The Guardian
NHS Review of Emergency Services and mental health

August 2013

The Voice
More black people being detained under the Mental Health Act


August 2013

Eastern Eye
Poor data on suicide rates in Asian communities

August 2013

Colourful Radio
Black people, mental health, detention and the police