Programme(s) to which this project applies:
|☑ MPhil/PhD||☑ MRes[Med]||☑ URIS|
Objective and Significance:
- To examine the effect of indicated preventative intervention in reducing primarily the severity of psychotic-like, depressive and anxiety symptoms
- To examine the effect of indicated preventive intervention in preventing functional deterioration in affected individuals
- To examine the cost-effectiveness of indicated preventative intervention in preventing/delaying onset of more severe mental illnesses
Research Plan and Methodology:
There is a range of studies available for RPG participation. Our team conduct a range of controlled studiess, on cognitive behavioural interventions, low-intensity interventions, manualized on-line low-intensity interventions, Ecological momentary interventions in a variety of community settings: community, youth center based, and online platforms. Apart from following standard clinical intervention outcome studies methodology, innovative and responsive parameters (such as our subjective stress measurement instrument, additional measurements of psychotic-like experiences) will be included in the design and conduct of these studies. Psycholopathological details, personality, cognition and environmental factors will also be considered.
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