Dr Adam Elliott


Consultant Clinical Psychologist,
Sector Lead, Psychological Therapies Service
Innovation Lead, Psychological Services

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Dr Adam Elliott has been with the Northern HSC Trust since 2007, and is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Outcomes Lead in the Psychological Therapies Service, and Innovations Lead in Psychological Services.  He is a member of the Immersive Technologies and Digital Mental Health Network, the Q Community, and is a Scottish Improvement Leader (ScIL).

Dr Elliott’s practice-based research interests include: Routine Outcome Measurement (including machine learning and data linkage projects); Quality Improvement; Implementation Science, and; the use of digital technologies such as Virtual Reality and Mobile Apps to enhance therapeutic interventions.

Grants

HSC R&D Research Fund. Impact of psychological supports during the COVID-19 pandemic in NHSCT (Dyer, Jordan, Carroll, Kerrigan, McClements, Elliott & Shannon; 2020; £3834).

HSC R & D Research Fund. Linking Psychological therapies data with hospital admissions, prescriptions and self-harm data (Dyer, Jordan, & Elliott, 2019, £4,560).

HSC ICT Programme Fund. Collaborate v2.0: Additional Feature-Set for an Adjunctive Psychotherapy App. (Elliott & Dyer, 2018, £16,000).

Psychological Services Innovation Fund. Collaborate for iOS. (Elliott & Dyer, 2017, £5,000).

HSC R & D Research Fund. Exploring the Use of Personalised Immersive 360-Degree Video Exposure in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders within the NHSCT Psychological Therapies Service. (Elliott & Dyer, 2017; £2,800).

HSC R & D Research Fund. An Evaluation of Outcomes, Compliance and Service User Experience of Psychotherapy using a Bespoke Mobile Application (Elliott & Dyer, 2016, £8,000).

HSC R & D Research Fund. Linking Psychological therapies data with hospital admissions, prescriptions and self-harm data (Dyer, Jordan, & Elliott, 2019, £4,560).

HSC ICT Programme Fund. Collaborate v2.0: Additional Feature-Set for an Adjunctive Psychotherapy App. (Elliott & Dyer, 2018, £16,000).

Psychological Services Innovation Fund. Collaborate for iOS. (Elliott & Dyer, 2017, £5,000).

HSC R & D Research Fund. Exploring the Use of Personalised Immersive 360-Degree Video Exposure in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders within the NHSCT Psychological Therapies Service. (Elliott & Dyer, 2017; £2,800).

HSC R & D Research Fund. An Evaluation of Outcomes, Compliance and Service User Experience of Psychotherapy using a Bespoke Mobile Application (Elliott & Dyer, 2016, £8,000).

HSC R & D Research Fund. Linking Psychological therapies data with hospital admissions, prescriptions and self-harm data (Dyer, Jordan, & Elliott, 2019, £4,560).

HSC ICT Programme Fund. Collaborate v2.0: Additional Feature-Set for an Adjunctive Psychotherapy App. (Elliott & Dyer, 2018, £16,000).

Psychological Services Innovation Fund. Collaborate for iOS. (Elliott & Dyer, 2017, £5,000).

HSC R & D Research Fund. Exploring the Use of Personalised Immersive 360-Degree Video Exposure in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders within the NHSCT Psychological Therapies Service. (Elliott & Dyer, 2017; £2,800).

HSC R & D Research Fund. An Evaluation of Outcomes, Compliance and Service User Experience of Psychotherapy using a Bespoke Mobile Application (Elliott & Dyer, 2016, £8,000).

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