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Mental Disorder clinical trials at UC Davis

2 research studies open to eligible people

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  • Is viewing videotaped interviews with patients as effective as psychiatric evaluation via live teleconference in SNFs?

    “Help us learn more about new approaches to providing psychiatric consultations in Skilled nursing facilities (SNFs)”

    open to eligible people ages 18 years and up

    There is a critical shortage of psychiatric services to people with mental illness who live in Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs), especially those in rural settings. Although real-time video conferencing psychiatric consultation, termed Synchronous Telepsychiatry (STP), has been around for almost 3 decades, its adaptation is met with logistic and other challenges. In this context, the investigators investigate a novel method of psychiatric consultation termed Asynchronous Telepsychiatry (ATP). The main hypotheses are that that ATP will be as clinically effective as STP, and that it will be acceptable to patients. This study aims to evaluate the comparative clinical effectiveness of ATP vs. STP in SNF population, in a 12-month non-inferiority, randomized, controlled trial.

    Sacramento, California

  • The Staged Treatment in Early Psychosis Study

    open to eligible people ages 12-25

    A sequential multistage randomised clinical trial (SMART) to produce evidence to guide a step-wise clinical approach for the treatment of ultra high risk patients and reduction of risk for psychosis and other deleterious clinical and/or functional outcomes.

    Craigieburn, Victoria and other locations

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