This event will take place online via Microsoft Teams
Admission Price: Free, please register for a place
The Centre for Mental Health Research at the School of Health Science, City, University of London welcomes you to their December seminar.
Digital interventions are growing popular and effective in managing a wide range of public mental health issues. The EFFIP (E-support for Families & Friends of Individuals affected by Psychosis) Project is a five-year research programme aiming to develop and evaluate a multi-component digital health intervention to promote the wellbeing of carers of people affected by psychosis.
We adapted the Medical Research Council complex intervention framework to include significant participatory research activities involving key stakeholders and end-users to co-produce such an intervention, called COPe-support. Further public involvement activities are integral to the ongoing project oversight and management of the nationwide online randomised controlled trial (RCT).
Results and progress:
In this seminar, the innovative participatory research work combining the agile build process in digital health and co-production in clinical health research behind COPe-support is described.
COPe-support provides information and psychosocial support for carers through the internet, promoting flexible access and individualized choices of information and support.
We will share the progress of the England-wide online randomized controlled trial across England which tests the effectiveness of COPe-support in promoting carers’ health outcome.
Presenter: Professor Jacqueline Sin
Acknowledgements: We thank all the inputs and contributions from the Project Reference Group and Expert Advisory Group members
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When and where
12.30pm - 1.30pmMonday 7th December 2020