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Invention for Innovation - Children and Young People's Mental Health call Stage 2 minutes

Published

10 January 2022

Version

1.0 - January 2022

Contents

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

Date and location

Meeting held on Thursday 18 November 2021 via Zoom Virtual Meeting.

In attendance

Professor Paul Sibbons (Chair)
Mr Michael King
Dr David Brownlee
Mr Jon Siddall
Dr Tom Carlisle
Dr Jen Martin
Dr Maddie Groom
Dr Pauline Whelan
Dr Aditya Sharma
Professor Matthew Broome
Dr Helen Bould
Professor Steven Pryjmachuk
Dr Rachel Hiller
Professor Jane V. Appleton
Professor Swaran Singh
Miss Lucy Power
Miss Georgia Naughton
Miss Jummy Otaiku

NIHR i4i Secretariat

Professor Mike Lewis (Programme Director)
Dr Ruth Nebauer (Assistant Director)
Dr Andrew Barber
Dr Silvana Cossins
Dr Caterina Lombardo
Dr Ian Newington
Dr Sandra Nwokeoha
Dr Francesca Troiani
Mr Edwin Tucker
Dr Xi Ye

Operations Team

Mrs Kathryn Rumney
Miss Cordelia Davey Wright
Miss Gemma Paine

Observers

Mr Nick Dunmore
Ms Alicia Cox
Miss Grace O'Toole

Applications assessed at 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.
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203827: Improving mental health literacy among children and young people aged 12-14 in the United Kingdom.
Conflict Committee Member:
Dr Pauline Whelan, Professor Steven Pryjmachuk and Professor Swaran Singh
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203828: SOUNDFIELDS: A Virtual Reality Therapeutic Framework for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203831: User-centred explainable artificial intelligence (AI) model and visualisation for depression assessment and monitoring using personal mobile and wearable technology
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Reject

NIHR203832: Research and development of the includmi mental health and wellbeing app for children and adolescents with York Medical Group, to ensure product market fit across health, care and education providers.
Conflict Committee Member:
Dr Pauline Whelan
Funding Committee recommendation: Reject 

NIHR203834: Calibration and utility of ARTEMIS-A: a web application for early identification of mental health difficulties in secondary schools.
Conflict Committee Member:
Dr Pauline Whelan, Dr Helen Bould, Professor Steven Pryjmachuk and Professor Swaran Singh
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203845: CYP as One – Investigation in how to further support the community through digital innovation
Conflict Committee Member:
Professor Steven Pryjmachuk
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203846: Exploring the impact of digital health behaviours on children's peri-operative experiences and health outcomes to create a personalised, data-driven health behaviour modification eSupport tool
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Reject

NIHR203856: Developing OurSpace, a digital solutions platform that builds family relationships among young people with lived experiences of mental health problems
Conflict Committee Member:
Miss Jummy Otaiku, Dr Jen Martin, Dr Maddie Groom and Dr Aditya Sharma
Funding Committee recommendation:
Reject

NIHR203859: Health Place: a new platform for Integrated Mental Health Care
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203877: HaRVey: Positive Mental Health Training for Young People
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Reject

NIHR203878: OliTool: a ‘smart’ system to support primary school children develop social and emotional literacy and self-regulation skills for mental health and wellbeing
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203880: The ‘SAPhE Pathway’ Study: Co-creating and piloting a prototype digital risk mitigation pathway for Children and Young People admitted with mental health crisis to acute paediatric NHS care
Conflict Committee Member:
Professor Matthew Broome, Dr Maddie Groom, Dr Jen Martin, Professor Jane Appleton and Professor Steven Pryjmachuk
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

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.
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203885: EADIE trail- Early intervention delivered by digitally empowered schools- A real-world impact evaluation
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Reject

NIHR203889: e-Arts-for-the-Blues: A digital creative resource for remote therapy with children with depression
Conflict Committee Member:
None
Funding Committee recommendation:
Reject

NIHR203904: A co-design project and early evaluation of a mobile app (Imaginator) supporting young people with self-harm.
Conflict Committee Member:
Miss Lucy Power
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203908: Graded exposure therapy through a standalone digital therapeutic game for children aged 7-12 years with anxiety disorders.
Conflict Committee Member:
Dr Rachel Hiller, Dr Pauline Whelan, Mr Jon Siddall, Professor Swaran Singh and Dr Jen Martin
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support

NIHR203934: A mobile phone app for young people to manage body image difficulties associated with eating disorders.
Conflict Committee Member: Dr Pauline Whelan
Funding Committee recommendation:
Support