Dr. Charlotte Hall is a Principal Research Fellow working within the NIHR MindTech-MedTech Cooperative and Biomedical Research Centre at the University of Nottingham. Charlotte has a keen interest in exploring how digital interventions can be used to improve the assessment and treatment of mental health disorders in children and young people, with a particular focus on neurodevelopmental disorders. Charlotte is interested in online trial delivery and exploring methodological developments in this area. She is also interested in how interventions with established clinical and cost-effectiveness may be adopted and evaluated into routine practice.
Current or recent project's Charlotte is working on as Principal or Co-Investigator are as follows:
UoN Management Innovation Network (MIN): to enhance ADHD awareness in schools (co-led with Dr Blandine French)
MRC Adolecent Mental Health and Development in the Digial World (co-investigator on the "SPARX-UK" work package which is exploring the adaption of "SPARX", a serious game for low mood, to the UK
NIHR ARC : Development of a guideline of the use in identification and categorisation of adverse events in trials of digital and online psychological interventions.
NHS England AHSN: National evaluation of ADHD FOCUS implementation project (lead)
NIHR HTA: ORBIT Trial (evaluating the remote digital intervention for tics led by Prof Chris Hollis)
NIHR CTU infrastructure: RE-MIND study exploring recruitment and inclusivity in online and offline trials (co-led with Kirsty Sprange)
NIHR RfPB: FACT Trial (assessing the use of the QbTest for young people in prison (led by Dr Chitsabesan at the University of Manchester)
NIHR RfPB QUOTA Trial (QbTest medication management led by Dr Maddie Groom)
NIHR HTA: SATURN Trial (ADHD+tic medication trial led by Prof Chris Hollis)
ESRC EMERGING MINDS: WAIT Study (waiting list interventions for CAMHS; lead)
NIHR PGfAR: OPTIMA Trial (investigating delivery of online parent programme led by Prof Edmund Sonuga-Barke, KCL):
Randomised controlled trials
Online trial delivery
HALL, C.L., MOLDAVSKY, M., TAYLOR, J., SAYAL, K., MARRIOT, M., BATTY, M., PASS, S. and HOLLIS, C., 2014. Implementation of routine outcome measurement in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in the United Kingdom: a critical perspective. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 23(4), 239-242 HALL, C.L., NEWELL, K., TAYLOR, J., SAYAL, K., SWIFT, K.D. and HOLLIS, C., 2013. 'Mind the gap' - Mapping services for young people with ADHD transitioning from child to adult mental health services. BMC Psychiatry. 13, 186 SWIFT, K.D., HALL, C.L., MARIMUTTU, V.J., REDSTONE, L., SAYAL, K. and HOLLIS, C., 2013. Transition to adult mental health services for young people with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): A qualitative analysis of their experiences. BMC Psychiatry. 13, 74
HALL, C.L, HOGUE, T and GUO, K, 2012. Sexual cognitions guide viewing strategies to human figures Journal of Sex Research.
Dr. Charlotte Hall completed her PhD in Forensic and Cognitive Psychology at the University of Lincoln in 2011. Her PhD investigated the potential use of gaze patterns as a measure of detecting sexual preference in forensic populations. Prior to this Charlotte worked as a research assistant on a number of projects, investigating diverse topics including psycholinguistics, child development, emotion, comparative cognition and forensic mental health. Charlotte joined the University of Nottingham through the NIHR- Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) in November 2011.
During her time in CLAHRC, Charlotte was trial manager on the AQUA Trial which investigated the clinical and cost-effectiveness of the QbTest, the findings of which are being implemented in routine practice. Charlotte also lead on an NIHR CLAHRC systematic review investigating the clinical use of technology for children with neurodevelopmental disorders. Charlotte then continued her work in clinical trials of digital methods under the NIHR MindTech MedTech umbrella.
Charlotte's main areas of interest include the implementation of technology to support the assessment, monitoring and treatment of mental health disorders within children and young people, particularly in neurodevelopmental disorders. Charlotte has specific expertise of the design, conduct and management of clinical trials in community child mental health services and child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) and is interested in the nuances in online trail delivery.
Charlotte has a keen interest in how technology may be used to improve access to services and streamline current pathways and has experience in supporting adoption of technology in routine practice.