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Invention for Innovation - Children and Young People's Mental Health call Stage 1 minutes

Contents

Minutes of the Invention for Innovation (i4i) programme meeting to discuss stage one applications (expression of interest) to the Children and Young People's Mental Health (CYPMH) call.

Date and location

Meeting held on 27 September 2021 via Zoom Virtual Meeting.

In attendance

Sub-Committee

Professor Paul Sibbons (Chair)

i4i Secretariat

Professor Mike Lewis (Programme Director)
Dr Ruth Nebauer (Assistant Director)
Ms Lauren Back
Dr Andrew Barber
Dr Helen Compton
Dr Silvana Cossins
Dr Ian Newington
Dr Sandra Nwokeoha
Ms Sarah Thompson
Mr Edwin Tucker

Operations

Miss Cordelia Davey Wright

Stage 1 applications invited to submit stage 2  

NIHR203824: The Research, Development and Useability Testing of an Alpha Prototype of the ‘Headway’ Digital Device Facilitating Family-based Self-help for the Mental Health of Children and Young People.
Outcome:
Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203827: Improving mental health literacy among children and young people aged 11-16 in the United Kingdom.
Outcome:
Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203828: SOUNDFIELDS: A Virtual Reality Therapeutic Framework for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR203831: User-centred explainable artificial intelligence (AI) model and visualisation for depression assessment and monitoring using personal mobile and wearable technology
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203832: Research and development of the includmi mental health and wellbeing app for children and adolescents, to ensure implementation across health, care and education providers (Integrated Care Systems).
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203834: Validation, calibration and utility of ARTEMIS-A: a web application for early identification of mental health difficulties in secondary schools.
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203845: CYP as One – Investigation in how to further support the community through digital innovation
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203846: Little Journey: using artificial intelligence and machine learning to create a data-driven personalised preparation and support tool, within an existing health behavioural modification platform, to reduce peri-procedural anxiety in children.
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203856: Developing FAMILY-Rapp, a digital solutions platform that builds family relationships among young people with lived experiences of mental health problems
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203859: Health Place: a new platform for Integrated Mental Health Care
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR203877: HaRVey: Positive Mental Health Training for Young People
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203878: OliTool: a ‘smart’ system to support primary school children develop social and emotional literacy and self-regulation skills for mental health and wellbeing
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR203884: Project Get Talking – a Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust solution to school children’s mental health by tackling the Speech and Language Therapy (SaLT) resource crisis.
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203885: EADIE trail- Early intervention delivered by digitally empowered schools- A real-world impact evaluation
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR203889: e-Arts-for-the-Blues: A digital creative resource for remote therapy with children with depression
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR203904: A co-design project and early evaluation of a mobile app (Imaginator) supporting young people with self-harm.
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR203908: Graded Exposure Digital Supported Therapy for Children Aged 7-12 years who are having difficulties with Anxiety.
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR203934: A mobile phone app for young people to manage body image difficulties associated with eating disorders.
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

Stage 1 applications that did not score highly enough to be considered for Stage 2

NIHR203723: The development of digital tools to identify suicide risk among young adults
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203833: Clinical Safety, Quality and Regulatory Compliance of the ‘Headway’ Digital Device Facilitating Family-based Self-help for the Mental Health of Children and Young People (parallel with application ref: NIHR203824).
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203851: No One Gets Left Behind: Loanable WIFI Tablets for Those Without Their Own Technology
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203857: Clinical adaptations in support of hybrid delivery of Functional Family Therapy
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203890: Happyr Health: Personalized Anxiety App design & development
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203899: The MyHelp platform: Evaluation of a collaborative Mental Health System for Children and Young People 
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203907: SupPortal: Understanding what works for Parents of Primary School Aged Children with Emerging Social Emotional and Behavioral Problems through Codesign of an Early Intervention Digital Peer Health Ecosystem
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203909: Application of Immersive Technologies for Autism Behaviour Assessments.
Outcome: Reject

NIHR203923: Digital Bibliotherapy for Young People
Outcome: Reject