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Ellen Iredale

Research Assistant

I am the Research Assistant for the SleepWell trial, run by Dr Felicity Waite, based in Prof Daniel Freeman's Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group.

The SleepWell trial is a randomised controlled trial (RCT) assessing the feasibility and acceptability of a CBT intervention for insomnia for young people (aged 14-25 years) with At Risk Mental State. At Risk Mental State presentations may include sub-clinical symptoms of psychosis such as hallucinations, hearing voices, or feeling significant mistrust of others (paranoia).

My main roles are recruiting patients into the SleepWell trial from local NHS trusts, and carrying out assessments. 

I completed my undergraduate degree in French and German at the University of Cambridge, followed by a Masters in French at the University of Oxford. I then completed an MSc in Psychology at the University of Essex.