The Centre national de ressources et de résilience (Cn2r) proposes to help set up research protocols for projects dealing with psychotrauma and resilience through a methodological support unit (CAM).
- You have an idea for a research project but you don't know how to formulate it?
- Are you wondering how best to test your hypotheses and what statistical methods to use?
- Do you need a review of your project before submission to the CPP (Comité de Protection des Personnes) or advice on how to improve it after the CPP has given its opinion?
The MBF may be able to help you!
Are you interested? You can contact us via the contact form.
All about CAM
Some tips for setting up a research project
The pin tool
Developed and implemented by the research division, Goupile is a form editor for data collection for research.
It is a web application usable on computer, mobile and offline. This application is intended to be accessible and scalable to include a growing number of features and in particular to integrate experimental tasks.
The project of Dr. Nicolas Gaud (Lille University Hospital) and Dr. Marion Saab (Rouen CMP) is the first to benefit from the availability of this tool for the validation of the French version of the UCLA-PTSD-RI scale, which is used to diagnose and measure the severity of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in children, adolescents and young adults.