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Research Assistant

Research Assistant

Glory Sokunle

I am a Research Assistant with the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group.

I am currently working on the RAPID (Remote Approaches to Psychosocial Intervention Delivery) trial a 4-arm, 2-stage randomised controlled trial that compares three remote psychosocial approaches and treatment as usual in preventing psychiatric hospital admissions for people with serious mental health problems. The trial is across five locations around the UK. 

My main roles is building relationships with Crisis and Adult Mental Health Teams, recruiting service users and conducting clinical assessments. 

I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology with Clinical Psychology at the University of Lincoln and I have since worked in Adult Mental health services as an Assistant Psychologist and Support worker.