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Clinical trials

BEST: Better Sleep Trial

BEST logoBEST examines the effects of using cognitive behavioural therapy to improve sleep for patients with delusions and hallucinations. This trial is run by the Department of Psychiatry.

Sharon Love and Lei Clifton

MACH: mother and child anxiety treatment study

This randomised trial worked with mothers and children who both have anxiety disorders. It evaluated whether cognitive behavioural therapy worked better for the children if either their mothers are also treated for their anxiety or if the children's treatment is focused on the mothers' responses.

Stephen Gerry


Bethan Copsey is working with the Department of Psychiatry to determine the minimal clinically important difference (MCID) of the SCL-20 measure of depression severity in patients with cancer and major depression.

Jane Holmes is investigating the factors that are associated with self harm.