U-CARE Venue

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U-CARE organises the conference U-CARE Venue. For two days, participants get to listen to presentations and take part in discussions.

U-CARE Venue 2023 took place in the main University building. The theme was 'Improving Value and Reducing Waste in Research'. Participants discussed different opportunities, challenges and strategies for implementing psychosocial support and web-based psychological treatment. Read the programme for U-CARE Venue 2023.

You can find the presentations and posters from U-CARE Venue 2023 below, as well as programmes from previous years.

U-CARE Venue 2023


Introduction to the field - David Richards

The role of public contribution in research to improve value and reduce waste - Louise Ting and Adele Webb

The role of feasibility and pilot studies to improve value and reduce waste - Gillian Lancaster

Reaching the hard to reach - Paul Farrand

What is treatment acceptability? - Alicia O'Cathain

How to recruit and retain research participants - Shaun Treweek

The role of behavioural science - Molly Byrne

Mixed methods as a mean to improve value - Pat Hoddinott

The reporting of clinical trials - Gustav Nilsonne

Studies within trials - Joanne Woodford


An mHealth intervention to improve guardians’ adherence to
children’s follow-up care for acute lymphoblastic leukemia in
Tanzania (GuardiansCan Project): protocol for a development and
feasibility study - Faraja Chiwanga

Assessing Mental Health Needs among Adults with
Common Mental Health Disorders: an Epidemiological
and Stakeholder Perspective - Victoria Awortwe

Designing for Engagement - finding new ways to improve
online clinical research on the U-CARE platform for
study participants and researchers - Luciana Terceiro

Involving parents of children treated for cancer in Sweden as public
contributors to inform the design and conduct of an evaluation of an
internet-administered self-help for parents - Christina Reuther

Involving stakeholders in development of a self-help
behavioural activation intervention INVOLVERA for
people with dementia: a qualitative study - Oscar Blomberg

Keeping implementation in mind: development of an e-mental
health intervention for caregivers of people living with kidney
disease - Chelsea Coumoundouros

The effect of personalised versus non-personalised
study invitations on recruitment: An embedded
randomised controlled recruitment trial - Ella Thiblin

Using Normalization Process Theory to understand professional
stakeholders’ perceptions of barriers and facilitators to implementing
a behavioural activation intervention for people with dementia - Frida Svedin

Using Patient Research Partners to Develop an Internet Delivered Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy Intervention for Patients with Myocardial Infarction with
Non-Obstructive Coronary Arteries and Takotsubo Syndrome - Philip Leissner

Last modified: 2024-02-07