CATCh-uS research messages
Read about recent developments with the project:
Final CATCh-uS project report.
The final report was submitted to the NIHR at the end of August 2019.
Public Participation meeting
We are most grateful for the views and time that members of the public gave in August 2019 on the research and how we should disseminate the findings. View workings from meeting
CATCh-uS 2018 map of services is in the news. The research papers have been chosen for promotion, with the public given FREE access for a limited time.
We are delighted to share the news that Helen will be handing in her PhD thesis early in December 2018.
Astrid, Tamsin Newlove Delgado, Helen and Anna were delighted to present CATCh-uS study findings at the IACAPAP world congress in Prague, July 2018.
The team have been busy this year, presenting various aspects of the CATCh-uS study at a selection of national and international conferences.
The team is busy writing, and we are delighted to announce the publication of two systematic reviews.
Project update, October 2018.
Tamsin and Astrid were delighted to be invited to present elements from the CATCh-uS study at the recent ADHD Foundation conference.
Two of our very hard working colleagues have reason to celebrate.
The CATCh-uS surveillance study has now closed!
Anna Price attended the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Scientific Conference.
The three year project is pretty much half-way, and we are discovering lots of useful and interesting information.
The surveillance period ended in November 2016, but data collection is ongoing and the team are busy chasing non-returned questionnaires for reported cases.
The second phase of recruitment for the qualitative study has now opened and we are looking forward to doing more interviews with young people and young adults diagnosed with ADHD!
We had an incredible 1476 responses from the 2016 survey.