The November (2006) issue of The British Journal of Clinical Psychology includes a report of a study about the use of Beating the Blues in routine care. The study (entitled 'The effectiveness of computerized cognitive behavioural therapy in routine care' by Cavanagh et al) demonstrates that Beating the Blues delivers similar benefits to the user when benchmarked against the outcomes obtained by routine delivery of face to face CBT
Ultrasis has no relationship with the Price Stone Group a financial services company based in Spain which has been contacting Ultrasis shareholders and members of the public, initially offering free research reports on Ultrasis plc.
Ultrasis and Department of Health is preparing to include the use of computer software as part of new pilots of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for depression in London and Yorkshire
People suffering from depression will be able to have better access to counselling and talking therapies under a major new programme announced today by Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt
The National Institute for Health & Clinical Excellence (NICE) has recommended Beating the Blues - developed by interactive healthcare specialists Ultrasis - as an option for delivering Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in the management of mild and moderate depression.
Department of Health publish the "Our health, our care, our say" White paper.
Department of Health publish NHS Operating framework for 2006/7.
Department of Health publishes plans for practice based commissioning.
Ultrasis has just received official notification from NICE that the guidance document to the NHS on CCBT will be issued on Feb 22nd 2006.
The Government launches a Green Paper "A new deal for welfare: Empowering people to work".