King’s College Researchers Publish Podcast About Self-Harm Research

Our academic partners at King’s College London have published a podcast about the self-harm research project that uses two pieces of Maldaba software: Annalisa and Elicia.

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Decision Tool Trial to Help Young People who Self-Harm Launches

We’re excited to announce that our research partners at King’s College London have launched their randomised controlled trial into a decision tool for young people at risk of self-harm.  This is a web-based research project funded by Guy’s & St. … Continue reading

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Vaccine Confidence Project Launch Red Light Green Light Trial

We’re delighted to announce that a research pilot we’ve advised on, help design, and delivered the technical implementation for, has started collecting data at health clinics in Uganda. 

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Grant Award for Decision Tool to Help Young People who Self-Harm

We’re very pleased to announce that Maldaba were successful collaborators on a grant application awarded by Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Charity earlier this month to develop a web-based decision tool to support young people who self-harm.

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Randomised Controlled Trial Comes to a Successful Close

This summer, our 4-year project with contraceptive health researchers at University College London (UCL) on an Internet-base randomised controlled trial project comes to a close.

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