Obsessions or ideations: First Person Suicide Images study in OCD
What is the purpose of this trial?
The purpose of this research study is to examine the differences between suicidal obsessions and suicidal ideations in participants with OCD. We are looking for participants to complete the study who have been diagnosed with or are suspected to have OCD and who have endorsed thoughts or obsessions of suicide. This study will be conducted online /remotely by phone, video conferencing and online surveys. The study visits/activities will be held online and utilize video conferencing (such as Zoom) and online data capture surveys. These study activities will require two visits as online appointments with the Yale OCD Research Clinic.
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- Christopher Pittenger, MD, PhDElizabeth Mears and House Jameson Professor of Psychiatry; Deputy Chair for Translational Research, Psychiatry; Director, Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit, Psychiatry; Director, Yale Program for Psychedelic Science, Psychiatry; Director, Yale Center for Brain and Mind Health, Yale School of Medicine; Director, Yale OCD Research Clinic, Psychiatry; Director, Neuroscience Research Training Program, Yale Department of Psychiatry
- Last Updated01/05/2023
- Study HIC#2000033121