Thank you to all of our participants for volunteering your time to take part in the research carried out at Southern health NHS Foundation Trust. We truly appreciate you. Without your input the below results would not be possible.
This meta-analysis highlights the importance of the live cell-based assay used in the SINAPPS2/PPiP2 study in NMDAR antibody detection in patients with psychosis.
The AppRoVE study, which investigated the psychotic properties of new measures of responding to distressing voices and other people, has been published and the new questionnaires are available for use. You can find and download the paper and questionnaires from the webpage of the Sussex Voices Clinic here:
You can find a summary of the results produced by our Service User Researcher and PPI Lead Carolyn Asher here.
And a link to the paper below:
National Investigation into suicide in children and young people
The second report from the national investigation into suicide by children and young people is available here: www.manchester.ac.uk/ncish/reports/suicide-by-children-and-young-people/ Findings were also included in our NCISH 2018 annual report (page 26-29) - www.manchester.ac.uk/ncish/reports/annual-report-2018-england-northern-ireland-scotland-and-wales/
Our annual reports from the NCISH data are also available from our website - www.manchester.ac.uk/ncish/reports/
The end of study report is here.
The TACIT Trial
You can click here to see the results leaflet from The TACIT Trial.