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Psychosis Risk Paper – Animated Summary

Animated visual synopsis accompany the release of an academic paper by University College Dublin published in World Psychiatry on potential ways of expanding ways of identifying young people at risk of psychosis.

Dr. Ian Kelleher, Ulla Lång and their colleagues, who do amazing work at University College Dublin.

Their recent game-changing paper suggests potential new ways if identifying young people at risk of schizophrenia & bipolar disorder.

This animation was created to summarise and disseminate their paper, published in September 2022 on World Psychiatric Association (WPA).

Animation still: A scene inside Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. A doctor is sat near his desk talking to a child. A scientist / researcher is stood by a board pointing at charts. 2 scientists / researchers are stood by a workbench with scientific equipment on it, whilst looking at a clipboard.
Animation still: A city scene with a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services building in the centre surrounded by residential and commercial buildings and trees.
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Animation still: 4 young people are stood outside of a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services unit.
Animation still: Illustration of 100 people from all different backgrounds displayed on 5 rows of 20. 54% are highlighted to represent the percentage of people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who had attended Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services as a young person.
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Love and Logic were brilliant creative partners for my team in creating a really engaging animation to complement a big piece of scientific work we had completed. The animation captured the key findings of our years of scientific work in an eye-catching 2 minute video. Angela was a pro to deal with, full of great advice and thoughtful suggestions, and executed everything to a very high standard - I'm looking forward to working with her again.

Ian Kelleher, University College Dublin See review on Google