Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of mental health, learning disability and substance misuse services to the people of Sheffield. Some of their specialist services support people from across the region, and their gender identity clinic receives referrals from across the country. They also provide GP services at practices across the city as part of the Clover Group Practices, managed in partnership with Primary Care Sheffield. Find out more about Sheffield Health here.
Staff and service users are currently being recruited from Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust for the Randomised Controlled Trial in WP4, and will be recruited in future for the Process Evaluation in WP5. If TACK is successful, staff will be recruited from Sheffield to develop the staff training module in WP6.
Meet the Research Team
Dr Shonagh Scott (Principal Investigator)
Rose Bidewell (Researcher)
Jade Cupac (Research Assistant)
Jade is a Psychology graduate and a Low-intensity Psychological Therapist who has spent much of her career working therapeutically with people experiencing anxiety and depression. She currently splits her time between the TACK study and as an Assistant Psychologist, working with adults who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jade spends most of her time entertaining her 1 year old daughter, and in her rare free time enjoys playing with her house rabbit Stark (yes, he is named after Ned Stark!)