A 7 year project working with NHS Talking Therapy services to improve care for people with psychotic experiences alongside anxiety and depression. The project is led by the University of Cambridge and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, in collaboration with clinicians and academics across the UK.

NHS Trusts

Original grant co-applicants: Professor Paul French; Aidan Thomas; Professor David Fowler; Dr Caroline Lea-Cox.

Contributors/Collaborators: Michelle Malinek; Nicola Marshall; Nick Grey; Nesta Reeve.

University of Cambridge

Original grant co-applicants: Dr Louise Lafortune and Professor Mary Dixon-Woods.

Contributor/Collaborator: Professor Robbie Duschinsky.

University of East Anglia

Original grant co-applicants: Dr Jo Hodgekins and Professor Ann Marie Swart.

Norwich Clinical Trials Unit

King's College London

Original grant co-applicants: Professor Sarah Byford and Dr Margaret Heslin.

McPin Foundation

Original grant co-applicant: Dr Thomas Kabir.

University of Oxford

Original grant co-applicant: Dr Hannah Murray.

University of York

Original grant co-applicant: Dr Mona Kanaan.

University of Dundee

Original grant co-applicant: Professor Tim Croudace.


This project is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) under its Programme Grants for Applied Research ( PGfAR Programme (Grant Reference Number RP PG 0616 20003). The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care.