Adolescent Mental Health Data Platform

 

The Adolescent Mental Health Data Platform (ADP) is an innovative change in children and young people’s mental health research capacity.

The research platform and infrastructure provides a safe and secure environment to conduct research to improve children and young peoples’ mental health by pooling data from multiple sources and curating individual datasets.

Linking routinely collected data such as health, deprivation, social care data with clinical interviews, psychological, biological and genetic data can offer new insights into the field of child and adolescent mental health research.

The ADP is funded by MQ, a charity that champions and funds world-class research to transform the lives of everyone affected by a mental health condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Based at Swansea University

Innovative child and adolescent mental health research for new insights and scientific discovery

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