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<p><strong>RAMP Study Measures and Procedures</strong> <a href="https://rampstudy.co.uk" rel="nofollow">https://rampstudy.co.uk</a></p> <p>Welcome!</p> <p>This repository contains documentation detailing the procedures and scales used in the Repeated Assessment of Mental health in Pandemics (RAMP) Study.</p> <p>The Repeated Assessment of Mental health in Pandemics (RAMP) study aims to measure the mental health and wellbeing of the population throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and examine what factors influence these changes. We are also examining the reported presence of respiratory and neurological symptoms associated with the virus. RAMP is currently recruiting participants aged 16 years or above who are residents of the UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland).</p> <p>The documentation provided here includes: 1. An overview of RAMP procedures 2. Flowchart summaries of baseline and follow-up questionnaires 3. List of all standardised scales used and details of adaptations made to these measures 4. Full copies of novel scales developed for RAMP </p> <p><strong>Collaboration and acknowledgement</strong></p> <p>The RAMP team invites collaboration and coordination across studies. Please direct any questions about the materials included herein to: rampstudy@kcl.ac.uk </p> <p>Methods and novel scales detailed here are available for use by researchers. To acknowledge use of novel scales, please see the 'Overview of RAMP Procedures' document. </p>
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