With this online toolkit, mental health care providers can self-assess their local services and individual practice against key Inquiry recommendations.
These recommendations are based on the work that the Inquiry has carried out over the last decade. We want to stress that this toolkit is for the benefit of those who use it and we do not expect you to send us the results.
PsyMaptic has been developed by Dr James Kirkbride, from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. It is a free online prediction tool which predicts how many people are likely to develop psychotic disorders. The full article can be viewed on the Cambridge News website. More information on the project can be found at www.psymaptic.org
ScienceDaily has reported on a study by Dr Jennifer Walsh and colleagues at the Centres for Behavioral and Preventative Medicine at The Miriam Hospital in the US. For more information please view the article.