Education & Training
- PhD Scheme
The Mental Health CAG was the first CAG to launch a competitive scheme aimed at PhD students within the Partnership with research ideas that could be supported by the CAG and it’s members. In 2015/16, the Mental Health CAG awarded three students £1000 each to contribute towards their research projects. Namely:
1. Carol Weber, University of Surrey
“Pilot trial of oxytocin efficacy in treating detoxified opioid dependent individuals”.
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2. James Ebajemito, University of Surrey
“The Modulatory Effect of Sleep on Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation-Enhanced Learning in Patients with Learning Disabilities”.
3. Nadine Page, University of Surrey
“A feasibility study is to produce clinical and statistical relevant data that supports the development and undertaking of a full scale randomised controlled trial (RCT), to investigate the hypothesis that supplemental zinc can ameliorate the symptoms of postnatal depression”.
The Mental Health CAG has held two full day seminars aimed at clinicians and academics with great success. More information on these events is below: