Research Projects

Greenwood Institute Research Group Projects

Below is a list of the projects currently being undertaken at the Greenwood Institute. A PDF document with detailed project information can be found here.

  • National Evaluation of the Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TMHS) Programme
  • Development of Payment by Results (PbR) for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in England
  • Enhancing the Care of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Through Technological Provision for Parents: Exploring What Parents Need and Want from Services
  • Autism Research Proposal Development
  • Pre-protocol Award for Autism Research
  • Application Development Related to Clinical Decision-Making in Child Mental Health
  • Decision Making in Child Mental Health Assessments: A Pilot Study
  • A Qualitative Study of the Views of Clinicians Involved in the On-Call or Acute Mental Health Assessment of Deliberate Self-Harm in Children and Adolescents
  • Cultural Diversity and Adolescent Mental Health: A School Survey
  • Foundation Doctors’ Experience of Psychiatry Placements
  • Student Life Events and their Impact on Academic Progress
  • Service Outcomes for Looked After Children: Evaluation of an Attachment group for Carers and Parents
  • Defining Quality Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services: Stakeholders’ Perspectives
  • Developing an Instrument to Measure Law Students’ Understanding of the Impact of Culture on the Lawyering Process
  • An Evaluation of Secondary Care Training Provision and Support in the East Midlands Strategic Health Authority
  • Evaluation of the MSc Course in Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • Engagement of Youth Offenders Attending CAMHS: Factors that may Influence their Attendance
  • Development and Evaluation of Teacher Training to Improve Child Mental Health in Azad-Kashmir Pakistan
  • Evaluation of the Impact of Parenting Course on Improving Skills for Parents of Deaf Children
  • Impact of Trauma on Children Living in War Zones
  • Collaborative research project to work out what works best for abused and neglected children

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