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The CLIMB Project is a Mental Health Data Pathfinder grant funded by the Medical Research Council.

 

Seven research teams are collaborating to bring together psychiatrists, clinical data experts, computational biologists and teams with expertise in cognitive neuroscience, experimental medicine and immunopsychiatry.

 

The project combines the expertise of the University of Cambridge and Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT).

Data Expansion

Improve the range and depth of structured clinical and cognitive data

Early mortality

Tackle the mortality gap in serious mental illness

CPFT Research Database

Consolidate and extend the reach of the CPFT Research Database

Patient & Public Involvement

Democratise mental health research

National Health Data Consent Survey

How do you think health data should be shared and used?

  •  How should your NHS / HSC health data be shared?

  • Who should share your health data?

  • What consent should be given?

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MOJO Study

Mood and Joint Immunopsychiatry

This study is investigating depression and mental well-being in inflammatory conditions: rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and Sjögren’s syndrome.