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Research and Innovation for Global Health Transformation - Call 2 Stage 1 Minutes

Contents

Minutes of the Research and Innovation for Global Health Transformation (RIGHT) Triage Meeting for Call 2 Stage 1

Date and Location

The meeting was held on 4th June 2019, 11:00-15:00 at Department for Health and Social Care, 39 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1H 0EU, UK

In attendance

Funding Committee Members

Professor Tom Solomon (Chair)
Professor Kalipso Chalkidou (Deputy Chair)
Professor Elizabeth Grant
Professor Oye Gureje
Professor Eugene Kinyanda
Professor Daniel Smith

Secretariat

Dr Mike Rogers
Dr Debbie Willis
Dr Louise Kim
Mr Bryan Dar

Observers

Laurence Poos
Alex Ademokun

RIGHT Call 2 Stage 1 applications considered

NIHR200803: Improving Access to Perinatal Mental Health Services in Ghana (APEM)
Conflicts: Nyirenda
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200802: Mental health service transformation for vulnerable children in South Africa and Pakistan
Conflicts: Nyirenda
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200804: Ameliorating common mental health disorders in Indonesia: Designing and evaluating an evidence-based, primary care task-shifting intervention (The ADEPT study)
Conflicts: Solomon
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200806: Developing and evaluating an intervention based on behavioural activation for people with depression and diabetes multimorbidity in South Asia
Conflicts: Chalkidou and Chandra
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200809: Improving mental health outcomes in young adults living with HIV/AIDS in Zambia
Conflicts: Solomon
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200810: A multicomponent school based prevention intervention for mental health, substance use and suicidal behaviours in urban adolescents in India
Conflicts: Gureje, Nyirenda, Kinyanda, and Chandra
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200812: Latin America: Mental Health Interventions and Comorbidity (LAMHIC)
Conflicts: Chalkidou, Gureje, Kinyanda, Rojas
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200815: A Community-based Program in Inner-city India reducing the impact of Neurodevelopmental impairment among younG people (COPING)
Conflicts: Abbott and Chandra
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200816: Evaluation of Co-designed Low-Intensity Psychological and Social interventions (CoLIPSo) for 15-24-year-olds with serious mental illness: A new social recovery-focused youth mental health service model for low- and middle-income countries
Conflicts: Amuyunzu-Nyamongo, Niyrenda, Kinyanda, and Chandra
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2 

NIHR200817: ENHANCE: Scaling-up Care for Perinatal Depression through Technological Enhancements to the ‘Thinking Healthy Programme’
Conflicts: Solomon, Gureje and Chandra
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200818: Community based interventions among people with severe mental illness in Bangladesh
Conflicts: Chalkidou
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200822: Mental health care and research capacity building in nursing in South Asia
Conflicts: Grant
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200824: Improving outcomes for people with psychosis in Pakistan and India – improving the Effectiveness of Community-based care (PIECEs)
Conflicts: Gureje
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200827: Improving treatment outcome of schizophrenia in India by integrating traditional Ayurveda medicine with modern medicine
Conflicts: Chandra and Solomon
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200828: Development and evaluation of a peer support school and community based intervention to promote mental health and emotional well-being of children and young people in The Gambia
Conflicts: Nyirenda
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200832: Developing and Testing a Personalised Intervention Based on Cognitive and Behavioural Principals to Achieve Better Glyceamic Control in Type 2 Diabetes (DiaCog)
Conflicts: Gureje and Chandra
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200833: IMProving Access to mental health Care for young people in Pakistan (IMPACT)
Conflicts: Chandra and Solomon
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200834: The effectiveness, scalability, and sustainability of a contextualised and gender-sensitive Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) service model for refugee families in Lebanon and Jordan
Conflicts: Chalkidou
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200836: Investigating Post-Conflict Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Sri Lanka’s Northern Province (INCAMH-SL)
Conflicts: None
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200838: The implementation and effectiveness of a lay counsellor intervention for low mood as part of a programme of  Integrated Care for Older PEople in three sub-Saharan African countries ICOPE-DEP
Conflicts: Gureje, Nyirenda and Kinyanda
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200839: Reducing the treatment gap for depression among people living with leprosy in India, Indonesia and Nigeria: An implementation trial of peer delivered psychological therapy.
Conflicts: Gureje, Nyirenda, Kinyanda
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200842: SPARK: Supporting Parents And communities in the Rehabilitation of Kids with developmental disorders in Africa
Conflicts: Gureje and Solomon
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200846: Transforming Access to Care for Serious Mental Disorders in Slums - the TRANSFORM Project
Conflicts: Gureje and Solomon
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200848: Co-produced package to suppoRt thE CoLlaborative Application of International Classification of Disease, 11th revision (ICD-11) Mental health diagnoses in India, Malawi, and Mexico (RECLAIM)
Conflicts: Gureje, Nyirenda and Chandra
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200849: Combating Helpless Isolation (CombI)
Conflicts: None
Outcome: Reject

NIHR200851: Evaluating the Impact of Group Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) In Lebanon and Kenya on child developmental outcomes, maternal Depression and the mother-child relationship
Conflicts: Chalkidou
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200854: Using eye tracking technology for diagnosing and managing major mental illness in India and China
Conflicts: Abbott, Gureje, Chandra, and Smith
Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR200855: Testing the effectiveness of a lay counselor led, adapted trauma informed evidence-based intervention for trauma-exposed children and young people in South Africa: A randomised controlled trial
Conflicts: None
Outcome: Reject