The GPHME Research Group aims to engage with the field of global public health by conducting research across the three main thematic areas of mental health, migration, and ethics.

Public Health

Integrating mental health into primary care for conflict-affected internal forced migrants in Northern Sri Lanka (COMGAP-S)

The COMGAP-S project aims to improve the skills of existing primary care health work force in integrating mental health into primary care services in Northern Sri Lanka.

COMGAP-S Research Assistant Training Programme

Read about the training programme for Research Assistants here:


Health research with trafficked populations: The need to address the void in ethics guidance


Post-research Ethics Audit (PREA)

The post-research ethics audit (PREA) is a proposed framework for good ethical practice in health research in humanitarian crises.