Have you worked in a patient-facing role in the NHS in the last few years?
We are running a research study to support NHS staff who have experienced stressful or psychologically traumatic events while working in healthcare.
We want to find out if a brief online intervention can reduce how frequently memories of these events (what we call intrusive memories) pop into your mind.
What will the study involve?
You can complete the entire study remotely on a computer, smartphone or tablet. It will involve at least two video calls with a researcher but no in-person meetings.
During the study, you will:
- either have access to an online brief cognitive task intervention or continue to receive routine care for 24 weeks
- be asked to keep count of your intrusive memories
- be asked to fill in online questionnaires about your health and work functioning.
You will not be asked to talk about the events you have experienced in any detail. Taking part will be confidential.
Read more about the study here
What are intrusive memories?
How will this help?
By taking part, you will be helping us to develop a much-needed self-management technique to support busy healthcare staff during the pandemic and beyond.