A ‘smart’ breakthrough in the treatment of young people who self harm could be on the horizon!
The My Self Help tool, developed by Camden-based tech firm Maldaba in close liaison with King’s College London, University of Bristol, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and NSPCC, is a web-based application that supports decision-making for young people who self harm. Read More
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. Read More
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. Thomas’ Charity and uses two pieces of Maldaba software to carry-out the research and to deliver the decision tool. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More