Research with care

Research with care

CPFT is a top research active NHS trust and hosts the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East of England. We work with global, national and local partners to conduct high quality, groundbreaking research into mental and physical health, and support innovation to improve care services. 

Every year we run studies with thousands of volunteers to learn more about conditions and find new therapies and treatments that work for different people. Our research translates the latest scientific discoveries and evidence into NHS care at CPFT.

Research stories

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CPFT joins new Covid-19 vaccine trial

People are invited to join another leading Covid-19 vaccine study, delivered by NHS Trusts in Cambridgeshire working together ...

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CPFT doctor wins national award for psychiatry communication

Psychiatrist Dr Hisham Ziauddeen has been honoured for his communication skills at The Royal College of Psychiatrists Awards...

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Major research award to boost treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in adults with Down’s syndrome

A CPFT-led research group has won over $3 million to help progress dementia treatments for adults with Down’s syndrome at high risk...

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Early care for people with psychosis supports recovery

A study with CPFT's CAMEO service has found that 60% of people cared for in their first episode of psychosis recovered well...

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CPFT joins international research partnership to find new treatments for schizophrenia

CPFT's early intervention mental health service CAMEO will lead a major global study of psychosis as UK partner...

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ARC East of England to address national health and care research priorities

People across the country will benefit from targeted research to improve health and care, led and supported by NIHR ARC East of England, hosted by CPFT...

As a patient

As a patient, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Patient Advice and Liaison service  Contact the Trust