The Research InformerThe news digest of latest research and thinking from the Schoen Clinic Mental Health Group
The Schoen Clinic Research Group bring the most up-to-date information on what has gone on and is going in the field of clinical research. The goal is to fine-tune therapies on offer so we can predict which therapy cluster will cure which patient.
Issue 1: August 2020
- Tackling over-exercise in children and adolescents
- Exploring outcomes for Newbridge’s first patients, going back to 2009
- How do we know what really works?
- What we are doing next with our programme for over-exercise
Issue 2: September 2020
- Tackling body dissatisfaction in children and adolescents
- Updates from young people and parents post-discharge
- What's going on in the world of eating disorders?
Issue 3: October 2020
- National study of COVID and eating disorders is launched
- Testing our interventions: relaxation skills group
- Randomised controlled trials: the tricky dilemma
Issue 4: November 2020
- The psychological impact of Covid for eating disorder patients revealed
- Inner motivation for change before treatment: why it matters
- News digest from the world of eating disorders
Issue 5: Christmas 2020
- Why are we so anxious about rapid weight restoration?
- Presenting our NEAT RCT to professionals
- Covid-19, Uncertainty and Compulsive Exercise
- The Role of Perfectionism in Eating Disorder Treatment
Issue 6: April 2021
- Digital treatment in a Zoom world: what works best and what have we learnt?
- What is it like doing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for eating disorders digitally?
Issue 7: Winter 2021
- Schoen Clinic research is centre stage at international conference
- What do we know about the link between sexual harassment and eating disorders?
- Schoen Clinic research showcased at international conference
- Study investigates the impact of Covid lockdowns on eating disorder symptoms
- Parental self-efficacy: what is it and why does it matter?
Issue 8: Spring 2022
- Can we predict outcome after eating disorder treatment?
- How do young people feel about current eating disorder research?
- Patient-defined recovery at the forefront of research consortium discussions