The PSI-STAR programme is led by an All-Ireland team of clinicians and academics from the fields of psychiatry, nursing, social work, sociology, psychology and, importantly includes an academic with lived experience of psychosis. The programme will train 5+ PhD students, who will go on to be leaders in the field of psychosis and make a positive impact on people’s lives. The programme is funded by the Health Research Board (Republic of Ireland). The grant involves IMPACT members Prof Ciaran Mulholland (QUB and NHSCT) and Prof Ciaran Shannon (NHSCT).

PhD student, Louise Cassidy, was awarded one of the PSI-STAR studentships and will be working with Prof Ciaran Shannon and Prof Ciaran Mulholland to develop school-based interventions for young people at-risk of developing psychosis.

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