Open Non-Portfolio Studies at NELFT

Mental Health services studies

Services studies

R&D Number

Study Name

2316

Does pointing affect performance on the RBMT-3 route subtest?

2367

Exploring the barriers to generating compassionate imagery in individuals with personality disorder

2371

Service user and staff experiences of the provision of psychological support in an impatient mental health setting

2372

The impact of repeated checking on memory accuracy and metamemory in
individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

2374

The development and validation of a psychometric betrayal scale for people with personality disorders.

2379

A feasibility Study of the Family Connections Programme

203925

Social Cognition in Early Psychosis. Version 1.0

216529

Ambivalence in Anorexia: The Predictive Validity of Perceived Advantages and Disadvantages on Treatment Outcome

229789

Gender differences in the experience of psychosis

212963

Re/imaginings in art psychotherapy for girls & young women

229173

Childhood Bullying: Perceptions of individuals who access services for First Episode Psychosis (FEP)

228534

An exploration of stigma in South Asian people who have experienced a first episode of psychosis

239449

The effectiveness of interagency working practices between children’s social care and community mental health teams, in supporting primary care givers with emotionally unstable personality disorder.

 

Community health studies

Community Health Services Studies

Community Health Services Studies

R&D Number

Study Name

2341

Nurse Education: Graduate v’s Diplomate – Does having a nursing degree make you a better nurse?

2335

Hypoglycaemia in the cognitively impaired patients: community nursing practitioners' views.

214793

Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of 1. General practitioners 2. Junior doctors 3. Antimicrobial pharmacists 4. Dentists & nurses towards antimicrobial prescribing in England

225080

Building a culture of openness across the healthcare system: From transparency through learning to improvement? (Sub-study 1a: telephone interviews with senior stakeholders)