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Development of a self-help technology tool for young people aged 9-17 who experience tics.

Posted on 19 November 2018 by Helen Robbins

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The University of Nottingham want to talk to young people about what is important to you day-to-day, and how you look after yourself. This is to develop a tool, like an app or a website, which would help young people to keep feeling good.

The first part will involve a video-call or face-to-face meet up with researcher Camilla Babbage.

Watch this video by Camilla where she explains how the chat will work on the day.

The second part will be a group discussion with other young people to share your thoughts on the tool.

An inconvenience and travel allowance will be provided. Click here for more information about the research study or contact Camilla.Babbage1@nottingham.ac.uk.

You can read more about Camilla and her intentions for her research study in our Spotlight on researchers page

Watch this great animation, made by Camilla which gives a clear explanation about the research project.


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Development of a self-help technology tool for young people aged 9-17 who experience tics.

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