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Welcome to Research Studies with​ Young People

This page provides a list of all current research studies for young people involving Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust. 


Click on study buttons below to find out more


For all studies, please email us on researchinfo@nsft.nhs.uk if you are interested in finding out more information. 


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Other Studies


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Purpose/Long-title of study: Interpersonal Counselling for Adolescent Depression delivered by Youth Mental Health Workers without Core Professional Training: A Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial

Who can be involved?

•Participant is aged between 12-18 years old

•Seeking help for low mood

 

Lead Researcher and Organisation: Dr Paul Wilkinson, University of Cambridge

Contact if you are interested in learning more: researchinfo@nsft.nhs.uk  


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Purpose of study: University of Cambridge NHS health data consent survey


Health data is information collected in the course of health care provided by the NHS or HSC. It is used to provide care, and sometimes also for research to improve care for others. However, there are ways of controlling how health data is used. Researchers based at the University of Cambridge would like to know your view


Please add 'Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust' as the healthcare organisation where you found out about the study. 


Who can be involved?

•Aged over 16 (or under 16 with parental/guardian permission)

•Access to the internet

 

Lead Researcher and Organisation: Dr Rudolf Cardinal, University of Cambridge

Contact if you are interested in learning more: researchinfo@nsft.nhs.uk (Norfolk and Suffolk only)
www.climbproject.org.uk (National Details)



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Purpose/Long-title of study: Internet-delivered Cognitive Therapy (iCT) for young people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): a development case series

Who can be involved?

•Participant is aged 12-17 years old

•Main presenting problem is PTSD (diagnosed using CAPS-CA-5)

•PTSD symptoms related to a single trauma

 

Lead Researcher and Organisation: Dr Patrick Smith, Kings College London

Contact if you are interested in learning more: researchinfo@nsft.nhs.uk  

  


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Purpose of study: The Early Youth Engagement in first episode psychosis (EYE-2) study: pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial of implementation, effectiveness & cost effectiveness of a team-based motivational engagement intervention to improve engagement

 

Who can be involved?

• Aged 8-17 years

• Referred to the Early Intervention Team in Norfolk

• Meet criteria for a first episode of psychosis

 

Lead Researcher and Organisation: Dr Kathryn Greenwood, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Further Details: National Study Record

 


All research listed here has received full Ethical Review and Approval by the national Health Research Authority (HRA)