Oxford Brain Health Clinical Trials Unit

OBHCTU is the only mental and cognitive health specific CTU in the UK. Our mission is to conduct high quality and patient-centered research to improve care.

Oxford, United Kingdom
Joined on October 30, 2019
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @obhctu and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
a day
Average replies
2
Average retweets
69
Average likes
112
Tweets with photos
37 / 100
Tweets with videos
21 / 100
Tweets with links
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On #ResearchAdministratorDay we're saying thank you to Research Administrators across the country, for all your work, enabling life-changing research to take place. https://t.co/cNvMr3tGNP

Only by working together can we overcome the far-reaching impacts of #Covid19. Three experts explain why countries should act collectively and not selfishly ⬇️ https://t.co/iYpSgMxUAx

This #WorldAlzheimersDay, we're encouraging everyone to start a conversation about dementia.

Talking about dementia helps reduce the stigma & fear that surround the condition, and connects you with other people affected.

Visit https://t.co/TegxILPgm0 to get started today. https://t.co/uz2eDtHj2A

This #WorldAlzheimersDay, we're encouraging everyone to start a conversation about dementia. Talking about dementia helps reduce the stigma & fear that surround the condition, and connects you with other people affected. Visit https://t.co/TegxILPgm0 to get started today. https://t.co/uz2eDtHj2A

Up to 40% of worldwide #dementia cases could be prevented or delayed through improved education; prevention of obesity, smoking, and hearing loss; and reduced air pollution. Recently, experts added reducing head injuries and excessive alcohol consumption https://t.co/TmjL1QniII

Excited to be named @thetimes @thesundaytimes University of the Year for our work on the coronavirus vaccine and our efforts to improve social mobility! 🎉 #GoodUniGuide https://t.co/sL02HvsT0J

Our Fundamentals of Quality Assurance Course aims provide an in-depth understanding of how to fulfil Quality Assurance requirements for CTIMPs, ATIMPs, Medical Device and Medical Technology trials. 

Contact enquiries.brainhealthctu@psych.ox.ac.uk to register today! https://t.co/Z2m3uOLRvD

Our Fundamentals of Quality Assurance Course aims provide an in-depth understanding of how to fulfil Quality Assurance requirements for CTIMPs, ATIMPs, Medical Device and Medical Technology trials. Contact enquiries.brainhealthctu@psych.ox.ac.uk to register today! https://t.co/Z2m3uOLRvD

It's exciting to see that the new Oxford Brain Health Centre has opened - this centre is the first of its kind in the UK 👏 https://t.co/8PaXFhfk8B

NEW for @WHO #WorldPatientSafetyDay—No patient safety without health worker safety

Comment from Alexandra Shaw, Kelsey Flott, Gianluca Fontana, Mike Durkin & Ara Darzi @Imperial_IGHI
https://t.co/rt2h9NMwk6 https://t.co/V6Qc3BIDmh

NEW for @WHO #WorldPatientSafetyDay—No patient safety without health worker safety Comment from Alexandra Shaw, Kelsey Flott, Gianluca Fontana, Mike Durkin & Ara Darzi @Imperial_IGHI https://t.co/rt2h9NMwk6 https://t.co/V6Qc3BIDmh

Are you designing a clinical trial? Watch our short video for answers to frequently asked questions and read more tips at https://t.co/IrgcMd2Eq0   #medicalresearch | #clinicaltrials | #trialdesign https://t.co/eHIw2QK7uY

Nature
10 days ago

Time flies when you are busy, but when you’re bored, it seems as if the day will never end. Researchers have found that specific neurons can grow weary if repeatedly exposed to the same stimulus, altering the brain’s perception of time. #ResearchHighlight https://t.co/Rc21w4O3UT

New #CoSPACEOxford report finds children & young people from low income households 2.5 times more likely to have had elevated mental health difficulties during lockdown than higher income peers. @ESRC @OxfordMedSci @Cathy_Creswell @UKRI_news @pollywaite https://t.co/qBkeEQRDjL

There is still time to register for our Fundamentals of Trial Management training course to be held in October. Please see attached flyer below for details!

#LearningwithOBHCTU #TrialManagement #OxfordBrainHealthCTU #clinicaltrials https://t.co/aUirmwYf3z

There is still time to register for our Fundamentals of Trial Management training course to be held in October. Please see attached flyer below for details! #LearningwithOBHCTU #TrialManagement #OxfordBrainHealthCTU #clinicaltrials https://t.co/aUirmwYf3z

#Covid19 hasn’t created a #MentalHealth crisis, it’s shone a light on the existing one 🔦 There are signs the pandemic is also making things worse. So what can we learn? Here’s a thread on how people across the world are coping and what it means for research ⬇️ https://t.co/8HWw3UxGyV

With #WorldPatientSafetyDay coming up, help keep your patients safe by reporting suspected side effects from medicines and medical devices to the #YellowCard scheme. Play your part here: https://t.co/vdjsKm9cZw #EveryReportCounts #PatientSafety https://t.co/nJlSMHRT2I

Different patterns of short-term memory deficit in Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and subjective cognitive impairment. https://t.co/DAnN6aInU7

NEWS: Neuroscientists in @NDCNOxford and @OxExpPsy have found that raised blood pressure and diabetes in mid-life alter brain structure to slow thinking speed and memory @MasudHusain @micheleveldsman @OxNeuro https://t.co/e64kEDqB7t

What has innovation done for #mentalhealth during #COVID19? Join our webinar on Monday 14/09 to find out. Hear from @ChatHealthNHS @S12Solutions @QbtechADHD @SIMintensive and @GaddCaroline with an intro by @NHSEngland @hilarytovey. Register to attend: https://t.co/74CtGve8aR https://t.co/ChTUd912lq

What has innovation done for #mentalhealth during #COVID19? Join our webinar on Monday 14/09 to find out. Hear from @ChatHealthNHS @S12Solutions @QbtechADHD @SIMintensive and @GaddCaroline with an intro by @NHSEngland @hilarytovey. Register to attend: https://t.co/74CtGve8aR https://t.co/ChTUd912lq

We’re excited to announce that the first-ever AAIC Neuroscience Next will take place Nov. 9-10! Researchers are invited to attend this free, virtual event showcasing the work of neuroscience students & early career investigators. More information coming soon! #ENDALZ https://t.co/VctTrL5nu0

We’re excited to announce that the first-ever AAIC Neuroscience Next will take place Nov. 9-10! Researchers are invited to attend this free, virtual event showcasing the work of neuroscience students & early career investigators. More information coming soon! #ENDALZ https://t.co/VctTrL5nu0

A newly-identified class of drugs could lead to new treatments for #asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (#COPD). The study, by @BBSRC and @The_MRC-funded researchers at @UofGlasgow, found the drugs could reverse asthma symptoms in mice 
More: https://t.co/yL5ieM1Mad https://t.co/dEgfErslHL

A newly-identified class of drugs could lead to new treatments for #asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (#COPD). The study, by @BBSRC and @The_MRC-funded researchers at @UofGlasgow, found the drugs could reverse asthma symptoms in mice More: https://t.co/yL5ieM1Mad https://t.co/dEgfErslHL

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