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OCD MRI study for teenagers aged 16-19 Cambridge University

15 Dec 2022

Our group is investigating the brain bases of adaptive behaviour/learning in adolescents and the implications for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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Invitation to participate: Understanding parental experiences of early obsessive-compulsive signs emerging at 4-10 years

7 Dec 2022

You are being invited to take part in a research study which involves parents being interviewed to
understand their experiences of parenting a child who has (or had, if since diagnosed) what may be
considered as early obsessive-compulsive styles of thinking and behaviour.

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A study researching “The barriers to treatment for individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)”

4 Nov 2022

Hi! My name is Robyn, and I am currently a third-year Psychology and Counselling student at The University of Sunderland. This year I need to complete my Research Project, where I have chosen to research the barriers to treatment for individuals with OCD. To be able to do this and gather relevant data, the aimed participants are those participants who have an OCD diagnosis, or who believe they suffer from OCD.

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The PSILOCD Study – Recruitment open! [NOW CLOSED]

6 Oct 2022

The PSILOCD study is a clinical research study taking place at the CNWL-Imperial
Psychopharmacology and Psychedelic Research Clinic (CIPPRes clinic) at St Charles Hospital. It is
being led by researchers from the Centres for Neuropsychopharmacology and Psychedelic Research at
Imperial College London, in partnership with the Highly Specialised Service for Obsessive Compulsive
Disorders (OCDs) at the Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust and the
Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute at Cambridge University.

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Invitation to participate: Understanding parental experiences of early obsessive-compulsive signs emerging at 4-10 years

1 Oct 2022

You are being invited to take part in a research study which involves parents being interviewed to
understand their experiences of parenting a child who has (or had, if since diagnosed) what may be
considered as early obsessive-compulsive styles of thinking and behaviour.

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Are you aged between 18 to 65 and have OCD?

30 Sep 2022

Are you aged between 18 to 65 and have OCD?

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