The EFFIP Project (E-Support for Families & Friends of Indivduals affected by Psychosis) has developed an onlineÂ resource, called COPe-Support (Carers for People with Psychosis e-support resource). COPe-support provides peerÂ support, information on psychosis and ways for carers to look after themselves, all online via www.cope-support.org
We are running a study to find out if COPe-support works to improve carers’well being and how well they cope withÂ caring. We are inviting carers supporting a loved one affected by psychosis to Join the study. Carers can be parents,Â partners, siblings, other relatives or close friends.
Â If you are supporting a loved one affected by psychosis, aged 18 or above, living in England, and enjoy using internetÂ resources, we would like to tell you more about COPe-support.
Contact Dr. Jacqueline Sin – Study Coordinator:
T:Â 07817 027 035
Participants will be paid Â£30 in total for their time
This study has been approved by South Central – Oxford C Research Ethics Committee (18/SC/0104) and Health Research Authority (IRAS 240005)
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