Kamaldeep Bhui

Profile photo of Kamaldeep Bhui
Kamaldeep Bhui is Professor of Psychiatry at Department of Psychiatry and Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, at University of Oxford, and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at East London NHS Foundation Trust. He is also Editor in Chief of the British Journal of Psychiatry. His own work and interests include cultural and social psychiatry and health inequalities, public mental health, psychiatric epidemiology, health services research and psychological therapies (he trained as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist). He has a long-standing interest in preventing health inequalities in the experience and outcome of mental illnesses, improving health services and public health interventions and developing appropriate health policy.


Follow me here –

Tackling structural racism in suicide prevention: a conceptual framework


Kam Bhui reviews a conceptual framework developed to understand structural racism and suicide prevention for ethnoracially minoritised youth in the United States.

[read the full story...]

Race, ethnicity, and disparities in mental health experiences and outcomes #AntiRacistMHResearch


As we prepare for the next instalment in our “How to be an anti-racist mental health researcher” webinar series, Kam Bhui considers research ethics and how we must disrupt and transform mental health research if we are serious about tackling inequalities and racism.

[read the full story...]