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April 2019

GameChange Virtual Reality trial to be launched in July!

Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust and the Psychosis Research Unit have been provisionally selected to be involved in a trial of virtual reality (VR) therapy alongside four other locations - Oxford, Nottingham, Bristol and Newcastle. The gameChange project @gameChangeVR brings together a team of 15 organisations, including: NHS Trusts, Universities, The Royal College of Art, the McPin Foundation, Mindtech and Oxford VR (Nowican) @Oxford_VR_Ltd The project will be led by Professor Daniel Freeman, from The University of Oxford, Department of Psychiatry. The local team in Manchester is led by Professor Tony Morrison, Clinical Psychologist, with support from Heather Peel, Service User Researcher. Subject to approval, recruitment is set to begin in July 2019. The trial will be recruiting 432 participants across the five sites and is due...

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