Why is this event taking place?
To share the findings of Helping Urgent Care Users Cope with Distress about Physical Complaints with those that have been involved with the study.
The study investigated the effectiveness of psychological therapy delivered over the internet or by phone to help people manage distress caused by worries about physical health.
We are pleased to invite you to the presentation of findings.
Who is this event for?
This will be an open event including The Project Team, researchers, NHS clinicians, managers and commissioners, study participants, their friends and family and others interested in research. Therefore, please feel free to forward this invitation.
What will be covered?
- A summary of key findings of comparing psychological treatment to usual care
- Discussion of what this means in real terms
- A summary of findings from interviews with participating patients and healthcare professionals
- Reflections from service providers and participants about trial participation and experiences of giving and receiving Psychological therapy for the treatment of health anxiety
- Next steps: How might the findings from the study fit into the development of a pathway?
Where is the event taking place?
19th June 2018, 9.30am – 3.30pm
Sir Colin Campbell Building, University of Nottingham, Jubilee Campus, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2TU.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided throughout the day
How can I register for the event?
To register your free place, please contact Julie Moss on 0115 8231439 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patient experience overview video
Several participants from the Urgent Care Study took part in video interviews about their experiences – here’s an overview, see below.
Helping Urgent Care Users Cope With Distress About Physical Complaints – short overview (with music)
Subtitles can be switched on by clicking on the 'CC' button located in the bottorm right-hand corner of the screen. For a version without music, click here.