Supporting children exposed to domestic violence: call for stronger evidence base

Supporting children exposed to domestic violence: call for stronger evidence base Call for stronger evidence to support children exposed to domestic violence. The report was lead by CLAHRC EoE researcher Emma Howarth and was published in the NIHR Journal Public Health Research on 9 December. An evidence synthesis on improving […]

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Developing an ante-natal intervention to promote infant mental health

Project title: Developing an ante-natal intervention to promote infant mental health Type of research: Intervention development and outcome measure validation Background & Scientific Rationale: There is a large body of evidence that strongly suggests that infant mental health in the period from conception to 2 years is greatly influenced by […]

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‘Better Mental Health For All’ – Faculty of Public Health report

FPH report: ‘Better Mental Health For All: a public health approach to mental health improvement’ The Faculty of Public Health (FPH)* has published a ground-breaking report about public mental health, which makes the case for improving mental health for everyone and preventing mental health problems. It is the work of the […]

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NIHR Signal: Research shows education and support for GPs helps in early intervention of Psyhosis

The NIHR Dissemination Centre has written a summary of key research in the early intervention of psychotic disorders  The Liaison with Education and General Practices (LEGS) trial, part of an NIHR funded research programme, has found that a tailored education session doubled the early identification and referral of people with, […]

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CLAHRC supported Early Intervention research included in NICE Guidelines

  New NICE guidelines include CLAHRC supported research on early intervention in Psychosis  Originating under CLAHRC Cambridge and Peterborough, the research looked at the epidemiology and the heterogeneity in the incidence of psychotic disorders. The findings were translated into an online tool called PsyMaptic, and have been included in new guidelines from […]

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Mental Health Screening Programme in primary schools

Project title Theoretical and practical development of a prototype school based Mental Health Screening Programme to be delivered in primary schools. Type of research Applied health research Background and rationale for new research Poor mental health amongst children and young people has sparked a national conversation1. At odds with the […]

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Mindfulness Study

Project title The Mindful Student Study Type of research The Mindful Student Study is the first randomised study of mindfulness delivered to University students in the UK, and one of the largest studies to be undertaken internationally. It therefore has the potential to be influential in the commissioning of new […]

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PROMISE (PROactive Management of Integrated Services and Environments) wins National Patient Experience Award

PROMISE (PROactive Management of Integrated Services and Environments) wins National Patient Experience Award CLAHRC funded project PROMISE run by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) was selected as winner of the highly competitive ‘Strengthening the Foundations’ category at Patient Experience Network National Awards (PENNA). PROMISE listed over 200 ‘bottom-up front-line’ initiatives in 2014 […]

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