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University of Cambridge project opportunity - prevention and early interventions for depression

TheMixTheMix The Mix HQCommunity Manager Posts: 2,793 Staff Team
Hello everyone,

The University of Cambridge is looking for people under the age of 25 to take part in a project to help with the prevention of depression and early interventions addressing depression in young people.

Here's a bit more information about the opportunity:
What you will be signing up for

This project will explore six themes identified as opportunities for prevention and early intervention. You may participate in one or more of the following themes:

Early life – from pre-conception to 2 years
Food and nutrition, including education, access, selection, preparation and consumption, together with food development and supply
Diagnostics, and individual and community screening
Exercise, including education, promotion, access and engagement
Education & training & support, including information, tools and techniques
Psychological aspects, including assessment and interventions, together with exercise and psychological therapies

Consultation sessions up to 2 hours will take place between May 16th and July 21st, 2022.
Workshops will take place from week commencing September 12th, 2022.

If you'd like to find out more about this opportunity, head over to their website.

If you'd like to sign up to take part you can do so by completing this form.
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