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Bridging the Gap from Medical to Psychological Safety Assessment: A Consensus Study in a Digital Mental Health Context (2024)
Journal Article

Background Digital Mental Health Interventions (DMHIs) that meet the definition of a medical device are regulated by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the UK. The MHRA uses procedures that were originally developed fo... Read More about Bridging the Gap from Medical to Psychological Safety Assessment: A Consensus Study in a Digital Mental Health Context.

A pragmatic randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness and cost‐effectiveness of Well Parent Japan in routine care in Japan: The training and nurturing support for mothers (TRANSFORM) study (2024)
Journal Article

Background Well Parent Japan (WPJ) is a new hybrid group parent training programme combining sessions to improve mothers' psychological well-being with a culturally adapted version of the New Forest Parenting Programme (NFPP). This study investigate... Read More about A pragmatic randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness and cost‐effectiveness of Well Parent Japan in routine care in Japan: The training and nurturing support for mothers (TRANSFORM) study.

Pathways between digital activity and depressed mood in adolescence: outlining a developmental model integrating risk, reactivity, resilience and reciprocity (2024)
Journal Article

Digital technology use (i.e. digital activity) has been proposed to contribute to a decline in adolescents’ mental health. We present a new model of how risky digital activity may increase depressed mood via reciprocal pathways, cre... Read More about Pathways between digital activity and depressed mood in adolescence: outlining a developmental model integrating risk, reactivity, resilience and reciprocity.

Psychological interventions for mood and cognition after stroke and transient ischaemic attack: A protocol for an umbrella review (2024)
Journal Article

Background People who have had a stroke or a Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) can experience psychological and/or cognitive difficulties. The body of research for psychological and neuropsychological interventions after stroke is growing, however, pu... Read More about Psychological interventions for mood and cognition after stroke and transient ischaemic attack: A protocol for an umbrella review.