Ariane Beckley (née Petit)
BA, MA, MSc, MRes
NIHR pre-doctoral fellow and trial co-ordinator
I am undertaking a two-year National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) pre-doctoral fellowship in mixed methods within the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) team. The focus of my work is on improving recruitment of patients with severe mental health problems into clinical trials. I am also a trial co-ordinator working across various trials.
Prior to joining O-CAP, I was a research assistant on a randomized controlled trial of mindfulness in UK schools, an administrator for the Oxford Psychological Medicine Research group, and an assistant commissioning editor at Oxford University Press.
I have an MA in English, an MSc in Psychology and an MRes in Clinical Research.
A Safe Place to Learn: Peer Research Qualitative Investigation of gameChange Virtual Reality Therapy.
Bond J. et al, (2023), JMIR Serious Games, 11
Agoraphobic avoidance in patients with psychosis: Severity and response to automated VR therapy in a secondary analysis of a randomised controlled clinical trial.
Freeman D. et al, (2022), Schizophr Res, 250, 50 - 59
Estimating the Economic Value of Automated Virtual Reality Cognitive Therapy for Treating Agoraphobic Avoidance in Patients With Psychosis: Findings From the gameChange Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.
Altunkaya J. et al, (2022), J Med Internet Res, 24
Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of universal school-based mindfulness training compared with normal school provision in reducing risk of mental health problems and promoting well-being in adolescence: the MYRIAD cluster randomised controlled trial.
Kuyken W. et al, (2022), Evid Based Ment Health, 25, 99 - 109
Effectiveness of universal school-based mindfulness training compared with normal school provision on teacher mental health and school climate: results of the MYRIAD cluster randomised controlled trial.
Kuyken W. et al, (2022), Evid Based Ment Health, 25, 125 - 134