Mental health and the PATH midlife

Mental health and the PATH midlife

Midlife is often described as a time of crisis and turbulence. From a life course perspective, adversity through life may compound over time, and inequalities may be starkest at midlife. This research builds on previous waves of data collection to consider the life course trajectory of mental health problems, in order to inform policy makers on strategies that help to promote mental health and well-being in midlife.

HERU researchers involved in this research project: Paul McNamee

External Collaborators: P. Butterworth, K. Antsey, N. Cherbiun, R. McKerin, R. Burns, L. Leach, (Australian National University) and T. Slade (University of South Wales)