Mental health research
- INTERACT study, D Kessler, N Wiles et al NIHR PGfAR (2016-2022)
- A double blind placebo-controlled randomised trial of the addition of the antidepressant mirtazapine for patients with depression in primary care who have not responded to at least 6 weeks of antidepressant treatment. D Kessler, W Hollingworth, G Lewis, S Davies, N Wiles, A Montgomery, C Chew-Graham, S Gilbody, I Anderson, U Macleod, J Campbell, C Dickens. NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme
- What are the indications for prescribing antidepressants that will lead to a clinical benefit? G Lewis, C Dowrick, S Gilbody, T Peters, N Wiles, W Hollingworth, T Kendrick, J Robinson, A Malpass, D Kessler, P Lanham, T Ades, N Welton, R Churchill, R Araya, S Mulvenna. NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research
- Primary care patients’ views and experiences of treatments for depression: a secondary analysis of qualitative data. K Turner, J Donovan and D Kessler. NIHR School for Primary Care Research (2015).
- ‘Doctors as Patients’ A qualitiative study of barriers and facilitators to help seeking’, Riley R, Kessler D et al School for Primary Care Research
- Identification of gambling problems in primary care: A quantitative study, Cowlishaw S, Kessler D, Huntley A., School for Primary Care Research
- Guided self-help in depression for adults with autism spectrum disorder, Russell A, Kessler D, Wiles N, Rai D, Ensum I, Barton S, Ingham B, Parr J, Horwood J, HTA (2015)
- Antidepressants to prevent relapse in depression, Lewis G, Nazareth I, King M, Kessler D, Gilbody S, Freemantle N, Hunter R, Wiles N, Kendrick T, Moore M HTA (2015)
- Integrated therapist and online CBT for depression in primary care, Kessler D, Wiles N, Welton N, Turner K, Shafran R, Williams C, Parrot S, Macleod U, Lanham P, Churchill R, Coyle D , Preist C, Lewis G Nazareth I, NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (2016-2022)
- A feasibility study of an intervention for medically unexplained symptoms in primary care, Barnes R, Kessler D, funded by NIHR RfPB (2014-2017).
- A pragmatic randomised controlled trial to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a physical activity intervention as a treatment for depression: TREAD - G Lewis, M Chalder, N Wiles, A Montgomery, J Campbell, K Fox, A Taylor, A Haase, S Hollinghurst, K Turner, M Calnan, funded by NIHR Health Technology Assessment (2012)
- A synthesis of patient experiences’ of mindfulness based interventions followed by a feasibility study of mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT) in patients with COPD and/or asthma and co-morbid symptoms of anxiety and/or depression. A Malpass, D Kessler, D Sharp, M Ridd, M Bowden, J Wallond, H Carel, J Calvert. National Institute for Health Research and the National School of Primary Care Research.
Investigating if depressed male primary care patients can be supported in groups. H Cramer, R Araya, C Salisbury, J Horwood, S Payne. H Lester.
OTIS: Online Therapy Interaction Study. A Heawood, R Barnes, D Kessler, A Malpass, St Ekberg. Bupa Foundation (2013)
Systematic review of group based psychological therapy for depression. R Araya, A Huntley, C Salisbury. SW GP Trust.
Collaborative Depression Trial (CADET). D Richards, D Kessler, R Araya, G Lewis. Medical Research Council (2013).
Randomised Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Acceptability of Computerised Therapy (REEACT). S Gilbody, D Kessler, R Araya. NIHR Health Technology Assessment. Further details can be found on the project website: http://www.reeact.org.uk/ (2015)
Using Mendelian Randomisation to Establish the Causal Role of Cigarette Smoking in Anxiety and Depression. M Munafo, G Davey Smith, M Hickman, G Lewis, J Macleod. MRC