Tayla is based within UCL’s Division of Psychiatry, studying MSc Clinical Mental Health Sciences and working as a Research Assistant on a trial aimed at reducing cannabis use in first episode psychosis. Previously, she completed a degree in Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, and then worked with the Cognitive Health in Ageing research group there. For her Master’s dissertation, she is conducting a randomised controlled trial testing the efficacy of a low-intensity CBT mobile application at reducing depression and anxiety symptoms.
Joe Barnby and Muna Dubad explore a recent systematic review that looks at the potential predictors of adherence to web-based and mobile technologies for people with psychosis.[read the full story...]
Tayla McCloud summarises a recent systematic review and meta-analysis of physical activity and sedentary behaviour, which found that more than two-thirds of people with depression did not comply with the recommendation of 150 minutes of physical activity per week.[read the full story...]
Tayla McCloud appraises the recent Head Start randomised controlled trial measuring the efficacy of a maternal depression prevention strategy.[read the full story...]
Tayla McCloud from the #UCLJournalClub presents the findings of a cohort study showing that antipsychotics are being over-prescribed in people with learning disabilities.[read the full story...]