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Addiction and Mental Health Group (AIM)
We aim to reduce the impact of addiction and mental ill-health on individuals and communities. Our research informs the public, policy and clinical practice.
The new study in the journal 'Addiction' involved researchers from UCL and King's College, as well as Dr Tom Freeman from our Addiction & Mental Health Group.
A unit system for cannabis, similar to the one used for alcohol, could help people monitor consumption and reduce the risk of adverse health effects
New research from the Addiction and Mental Health Group at the University of Bath highlights challenges for people trying to give up the drug ‘Spice’.
On the second anniversary of Covid-19 lockdown in the UK, a new psychology paper highlights the mental health impacts lockdown had on those living in the UK.
Largest ever study into the health effects of different types of cannabis highlights concerns about stronger forms of the drug.
Stopping smoking leads to healthier, wealthier and happier lives say researchers from University of Bath’s Addiction & Mental Health Group.