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Welcome to the NeurOX YPAG blog.

Involving young people in research about the use of antidepressants – a researcher’s experience

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Over the Summer, I was involved in writing a review on the knowns and unknowns of antidepressants in young people aged 14-24.

Published at Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre
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Meaningful and inclusive digital involvement: running digital meetings with young people

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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic our YPAG members have been involved in at least 14 digital YPAG meetings so far between March and August this year (2020).

Published at Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre
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Diversity in YPAGS and digital approaches to widen participation in research

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This presentation covers widening research participation and diversity in YPAGs (the link will open a PDF).

Published at Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre
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Inclusion and involvement of young people in research: moving to digital YPAG meetings

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When trying to ensure research is meaningful, it is vital to have a diverse group of young people to accurately reflect teenage society.

Published at BeGOOD Early Intervention Ethics
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YPAG Online – Young People Supporting Each Other Through Lockdown

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Amid the COVID-19 crisis, YPAG meetings are difficult, as is socialising and other sources of enjoyment for youth.

Published at BeGOOD Early Intervention Ethics
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Leap Day 2020

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The year 2020 is a leap year, and on the extra day the new YPAG group had their first official meeting.

Published at BeGOOD Early Intervention Ethics
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A YPAG Taster Session

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On the 23rd of November, the YPAG had an introductory session for all of the new members.

Published at BeGOOD Early Intervention Ethics
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