News

Read about recent developments with the project:

Presentation to Royal College of Psychiatrists

Anna Price attended the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Scientific Conference on 15th September 2017 and presented on the Mapping study element of the CATCh-uS project.

Halfway point

The three year project is pretty much half-way, and we are discovering lots of useful and interesting information.

Still chasing surveillance returns

The surveillance period ended in November 2016, but data collection is ongoing and the team are busy chasing non-returned questionnaires for reported cases.

Second phase of qualitative study recruitment

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!

Mapping: the next stage

We had an incredible 1476 responses from the 2016 survey.

End 2016 - Where are we now?

Over a year in to the project

Surveillance study update

November 2016 will be the last month of data collection.

Qualitative study update

There has been lots of interest in the study and we are very grateful to people for giving up their time to share their experiences with us.

Mapping survey update

Responses coming in, and still time to participate.

New placement researcher joins the team

Find out more about the newest member of our team.

First round of follow-up questionnaires being sent out

We are now nine months from the beginning of the surveillance study, and the first follow up questionnaires are going out this week!

Survey launches

Our national survey of Clinical Commissioning Groups has now been launched.

Interviews begin

Helen and Anna have started interviewing partcipants this month.

Mapping survey

All three Mapping surveys are ready for launch!

Working with Southbrook School

We were really excited to be working with Southbrook School in Exeter on Monday 18th April.

Surveillance extended

We have decided to extend the surveillance stream of the project.