CCBT program like Beating The Blues less effective than standard treatment...
The researchers' cognitive behavioral therapy is effective even lower than the standard treatment, but computers, computer, cognitive behavioral therapy for patients who do not try, you are bound by these methods, we have the problem that sometimes reluctant to participate, "he said.
Investors aren't using the technology to fight back...
Investors are forfeiting retaliatory power, not using technology that helped get us here.
The company continue selling their product after announcing they are bust last year.
Continue to use tax payers money for purchasing BtB via (our) National Health Service, a double whammy scenario.
We need to stick together and use the technology at our fingertips.
Investors should complain imo....
To ultrasis customers, they remain selling their interactive program when they are bust, we have no information to say otherwise!
Site last modified 6 September 2015.
Example of people who can be contacted, they are buying a product from a bust company, we have no information to say otherwise.
Administration is expected in next few days according to surely on the moody.
Company shares remain suspended, screenetics sold after PS contract was withdrawn.
CEO remains silent investors left in the dark, no idea what is happening, left to expect the worse, I assume!
Major investors unable to carry on funding after HMRC arrest earlier this year, John Smith posted that he is talking to numerous others about refinancing, no update!
14 December 2014:
Mental health patients will be helped back in to work with an extra £12 million funding from the Government.
New approaches will be tested in four pilot areas across the country to help those with mental health conditions find and stay in employment.
Employment advisers and GPs will receive training to identify mental health issues and recognise the role of work in improving mental health.
An effort will be made to offer "bespoke action plans" and get existing local support services better co-ordinated.
Nearly half (46%) of people claiming Employment and Support Allowance have mental health conditions.
Mental illness is estimated to cost taxpayers and businesses £105 billion a year in health and police services, welfare benefits and sickness absence.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said: "It is shocking to think that mental health is now the leading cause of illness in the workplace.
"It's even more shocking that many of the people suffering are simply not getting the support they need.
CASH FLOW 3 DECEMBER 2014.
Approximately £700,000 was undrawn at the end of September 2014.
£436,000 remains undrawn today..................3 December 2014.
Burn rate £200k in two months = £100k per month?
Undrawn money £436k
Doesn't that work out to 6 months money? How does 4 weeks fit in?
The figure don't add up? Have I read it wrong?
After a positive RNS saying the company is expecting a return to profit, first half of 2015, investors plow in more of their hard earned money, then to be hit with another RNS, major share holder wants to delist, followed by 90% price drop. Investors lost a fortune to-date, the company remain silent!!!!!!!
Trading observation 9 November 2014.
RNS - Invoiced sales for the year to July 2014 will be approximately tripled to £2m, previously £0.7 million.
RNS - 19 August 2014 cash un-drawn £1m.!
RNS - 31 September cash un-drawn £700k.!
Approximate £300k per month cash burn, Screenetics contract income should ease burn????
Cant be far from month on month break even????
Part of ultrasis NHS plans for 2014/15 - 2015/16.
CWP plans to deliver a 4% efficiency saving in 2014/15 and 4.5% in 2015/16.
The financial strategy of the Trust will ensure that it remains a viable Foundation Trust as a going concern, so that sustainable and effective services will continue to be delivered. The strategy supports and underpins the clinical service strategies and the efficiency requirements that are needed as a result of the NHS income it receives and to provide for investment in innovation and quality where required. It also seeks to cover risks where they are known.
Innovative partnership to provide mental health treatment:
CWP and private healthcare company ULTRASIS announced a new innovative business partnership to deliver accessible and affordable treatment across the UK for common mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.
Trust and Ultrasis; which specialises in interactive healthcare programmes, have established a jointly-owned company to deliver a range of computerised healthcare products and clinical interventions to patients. CWP will provide telephone and clinical support for Ultrasis’ computerised cognitive behavioural therapy, BEATING THE BLUES, which helps treat mild and moderate depression and has been recommend.
Screenetics UK Ltd.
Screenetics U.K. Ltd. company research & investing information. ... October 29, 2014 5:01 PM ET ... The Framework Agreement will also be open to elected local policing bodies and other police authorities, for UK police forces...
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24 October 2014 Screenetics Ultrasis.
Benenden Wellbeing "launches flexible five-tier health assessments service"
Benenden Wellbeing, in partnership with BMI Healthcare and ''Screenetics'' has launched a health assessments service that will provide people with a comprehensive insight into the state of their health.
Stand 401 a few days before the RNS bomb shell...
2014 Exhibitors - Employee Benefits Live
Why select Screenetics for employee health and wellbeing programme in 2014? ... SilverCloud is a leading provider of online therapeutic solutions to support and promote positive behaviour change and mental. ... 2015 Headline Sponsor.
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence recommends
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) 2014 guideline about treatment for psychosis and schizophrenia* recommends mental health professionals should offer CBT to people who are experiencing psychosis alongside antipsychotic medication. People should be offered one-to-one therapy for at least 16 sessions over a period of six months or more.
When people are experiencing their first episode of psychosis some may want to try treating their symptoms using only talking therapies, without medication. The 2014 NICE guideline* about psychosis and schizophrenia stresses that CBT for psychosis and family therapy are proven to be more effective when given with medication. However, if someone wants to try family therapy and CBT without medication, NICE recommends* a short trial (up to a month) of talking therapies only. During that time, mental health professionals should monitor their symptoms and when treatment is reviewed, antipsychotics should once again be considered.
People can have CBT individually or in groups. There are self-help versions available for some problems, available in books, on line or via computer. Beating the Blues, for example, is offered by some NHS services to people who have mild to moderate depression.
BtB Clinical Gov Trials April 2014 to April 2015.
Standard treatments for depression in specialty care settings are effective but resources for delivering empirically supported psychotherapies are often limited. Computerized cognitive behavioral therapy (cCBT) is an effective and highly scalable treatment for depression that might help expand services in psychiatric settings, however, little is known about its efficacy in this population.
The present study aims to establish the efficacy of an internet-delivered cCBT program ("Beating the Blues") plus email and telephone support for depression in a psychiatric outpatient clinic setting. The secondary aim is to pilot an assessment procedure designed to identify moderators of treatment effectiveness.
Currently, outpatient psychiatric settings are plagued by long wait times and are often unable to accommodate all individuals seeking services. Furthermore, a lack of trained therapists in these settings means that many treatment seekers do not have access to empirically supported psychotherapeutic treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy.
"Beating the Blues" (BtB) is a computerized, internet-delivered, cognitive behavioral treatment for depression. BtB is highly scalable and might enable a larger proportion of individuals to receive cognitive behavioral therapy in a psychiatric setting while also reducing therapist time. Although computerized CBT interventions have proven effective in primary care settings, there is no research demonstrating the effectiveness of cCBT is secondary care settings in the United States. Thus the primary goal of the proposed research is to test the efficacy of BtB in a specialty care sample.
Patients presenting to these settings tend to have more severe and complex psychopathology than those presenting to primary care. Although BtB is likely effective, computerized treatments do carry a higher risk of dropout and non-response. Therefore, reliable and valid predictors of response are needed to determine who is most likely to respond to the treatment, versus who is likely to fail or drop out. Thus the second aim of the current proposal is to pilot an assessment procedure containing a number of potential predictors of
cCBT response and investigate these predictors for inclusion in a larger validation study.
The current trial is a pilot study with a randomized waitlist control design with optional delayed treatment for individuals randomized to the waitlist condition. We will enroll 90 treatment-seeking adults 18 or older recruited from a pool of individuals seeking outpatient psychiatric services at a hospital clinic. Sixty (n=60) individuals will be assigned immediate treatment group with BtB plus telephone and email support, and n=30 to the wait list delayed BtB plus telephone and email support group. Efficacy will be assessed over 8 weeks using the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (pre to post treatment) and the PHQ9 (measured at weeks 1, 3, 5 and 8). There will also be a 1-month follow-up. Potential predictors of outcome include demographics, CBT skills, personality measures, cognitive functioning, measures of attitudes and beliefs, social functioning, psychiatric comorbidity and depression illness characteristics, and psychophysiological measures.
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Computerized cognitive behavioral therapy (cCBT) is an effective and highly ... the efficacy of a internet-delivered cCBT program ("Beating the Blues") plus email and ... Recruiting April 2014 April 2015 April 2015 N/A Interventional Allocation: ...
Disgraceful situation to be put in...
Investors silent 0.25p possible, bod ignore pi's refuse to speak, withhold info!
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Ultrasis (nomad team) ten points.!
Un-informed ultrasis investors minus one.!
NB training camp active.!
Current trading information ultrasis team ten - investors zero,nothing,nowt,zilch,not a clue,no idea,guessing game,another twist,answers on a post card to woolie appreciated!!
Disgusting that we return to guessing games 2014 was supposed to be our year uh...
Annual accounts in hand, not a whisper for months and months...market spoke confidence low, the ultrasis 2014 saga, paper back from all good stores!
Withholding current information, WHY...!!!!! another sp drop 10.30am..
Only positive drawn from the graph, the low is higher than the previous one
Observation 4 August 2014.
Ultrasis's new Finance Director has been in office for almost 3 months!!!
He must have in hand detail trading up to 31 July 2014 year end, for public release (December last year) An insight into year trading. Hopefully the company will break silence, let investors know if all is going to plan.
If not we have no way of assessing our investment or whether the price will hold, for later news..!
Australian Government..8 May to 26 June 2014 Canberra/Newcastle/Wagga Wagga 8 Week program.....Beating The Blues...
This program will provide participants with an understanding of the nature of depression and anxiety and develop skills and techniques to manage symptoms more effectively.
The program focuses on developing an increased sense of wellbeing, purpose and resilience.
28 MAY 2014: Psychological Therapy « Self Help Services.
All of our counselling and CBT-based Psychological Wellbeing Services are commissioned by the NHS and are free to service users. ... This service offers online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Beating the Blues) to people ... This service is commissioned by NHS Trafford. ..... Wednesday 28th May – 2nd July 10-12pm.
After months of rigorous competition!
We are delighted to announce that Mayden has been awarded an SBRI Healthcare development contract to test out an idea that could create a sea change in the uptake and use of online psychological therapies in the UK. Beating The Blues...
Mental Health Awareness Week 12-18 May 2014.
Anxiety Online, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) is available for those who on track with 'Beating the Blues'
Our online CBT support program As of August 2104 for any underlying
NHS doctor explains depression and what treatment is available!
NHS doctor explains depression and what treatment and help there is available for it.
|Name Number of Ordinary Shares Percent|
PAUL ANTHONY BELL 106,295,000 19.62%
|Paul Anthony Bell Holdings Nearing 30% The Mandatory Limit For MBO/OFFER.|
|Paul Anthony Bell Holdings 4 March 2014 - 22.2%|