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Research stories

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CPFT doctors awarded professorships at the University of Cambridge

Two consultant psychiatrists at CPFT have been appointed as clinical professors by the University of Cambridge, recognising their extensive contributions to mental health research and practice...

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CPFT expert highlights schizophrenia negative symptoms in international journal

CPFT’s resident schizophrenia expert Dr Emilio Fernandez-Egea has edited a special edition of the prestigious British Journal of Psychiatry to highlight an area of unmet need in mental healt...

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Cambridge researchers launch national DNA research programme for children

Local researchers have launched the world’s first national childhood DNA research programme, to help transform healthcare for children and young people...

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CPFT lead nurse honoured in NHS Top 75 list

Honorary nurse consultant in palliative care Dr Ben Bowers has been named by Nursing Times as one of the top 75 nurses who have contributed significantly to the NHS since its creation...

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Researchers using music to reduce distress on dementia wards

CPFT is launching a major study with Anglia Ruskin University to investigate how music therapy can reduce distress on NHS inpatient wards for people with dementia...

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CPFT joins national mission to improve mental health care and treatments

People with mental health conditions are set to benefit from a £42.7 million research programme across the UK to develop new treatments, improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis and use technology ...

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