To prepare for the necessary cultural adaptations we are doing focus group with HCP
SHFT R&D are launching the CAFI (refining and testing a Family Intervention for African & Caribbean families affected by psychosis) study in Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.
We are looking for a variety of health professionals with different levels of experience, including: nurses, occupational therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and healthcare assistants, who would be willing to help us adapt our new form of ‘talking therapy’ to African and Caribbean service users and families.
To take part in the research, you must be 18 years old or above. You do not need to be from an African or Caribbean background, but we are particularly interested in talking to people who have an understanding of or who have worked with African and Caribbean service users and their families. Please ensure you have received, read and understood the Participant Information Sheet before attendance so that you may be consented to take part
Would you like to help us adapt our new form of ‘talking therapy’?
Wednesday 18th December, 0900 – 1200, Antelope House; Conference Room.
If you are interested in taking part in the study or have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 073 4178 7895
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