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Investigating access and engagement of cognitive remediation therapy for people diagnosed with schizophrenia

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This is a research project conducted by an external organisation. It may be of interest to people affected by complex mental health issues. To find out more about the project below, contact the researchers directly.

The efficacy of cognitive remediation therapy for people diagnosed with schizophrenia has been widely studied and established, but it remains unclear why this therapy is not part of routine mental health services.

The research team – Prof Susan Rossell, Dr Eric Tan and Ms Rosalie Altman – from Swinburne University of Technology’s Centre for Mental Health is seeking input from people with lived experience to explore these issues.

You are invited to take part in an online survey, which should take 30-40 minutes to complete, if you:

  • Live in Australia
  • Are aged 18-65
  • Have received a diagnosis of schizophrenia
  • Speak English
  • Have no history of a neurological condition or brain injury

The survey is open now and will run until 1 February 2022. Click here to take part.

The collected data will be made available for research purposes only. You will find more details on the survey webpage.

Last updated: 4 May 2021