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COPe

COPe- E-support for Families and Friends of Individuals affected by Psychosis (EFFIP): A randomised controlled trial of a co-produced online intervention for carers.

The study aim is to find out if COPe-support works to improve carers’ wellbeing and how well they cope with caring.

The EFFIP Project (E-Support for Families & Friends of Individuals affected by Psychosis) has developed an online resource, called COPe-support (Carers fOr People with Psychosis e-support resource). COPe-support provides peer support, information on psychosis and ways for carers to look after themselves, all online.

We are inviting carers supporting a loved one affected by psychosis to join the study, using the online resource called COPe. Carers can be parents, partners, siblings, other relatives or close friends. Participants will receive £30 in total for their time.

To take part you must meet the following criteria:

  • Supporting a loved one affected by psychosis

  • Aged 18+

  • Have internet access

If you would like to take part or want more information please contact the study lead:

Study Contact: Jacqueline Sin

Email: jasin@sgul.ac.uk

Tel: 07817027035

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