Exercise for young people with low mood
The H.E.A.L.T.H. Project - Help Enable Active Lifestyles Towards Health
About The H.E.A.L.T.H Project
This is a study looking into the effects of exercise on young people with low mood or depression. Work done in the past suggests that doing exercise can have a positive effect on people’s mental health and we want to see if it helps young people with depression.
Who is running the study?
The study is being carried out by a research team from the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy at The University of Nottingham. It is a two and a half year study funded by the National Institute of Health Research, Research for Patient Benefit Programme and has received a favourable ethical review from Nottingham 2 Research Ethics Committee, and R&D approval from Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trusts.
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