Critical Incidents and Psychological Adaptation – The CIPA Study

Categories: Research project

Nyhetsartikkel publisert 26/01/24

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The Critical Incidents and Psychological Adaptiveness (CIPA) study is a large, nationally representative, longitudinal investigation of mental health in the general adult population of Norway.

Omid V. Ebrahimi

Omid V. Ebrahimi

Clinical Psychologist

Ph.D.-candidate

About the Project

The Principal Investigators of the CIPA study include Sverre Urnes Johnson and Omid V. Ebrahimi. Asle Hoffart and Marieke Helmich are part of the CIPA study’s project group.

The investigators are affiliated with Modum Bad Psychiatric Hospital and University of Oslo.

Objectives

The project’s objectives is to study how critical incidents, such as periods of infectious disease, economic recessions, and natural disasters impact mental health in the adult population over time.

Results

The study initiated in 2023 and is currently collecting data.

Collaboration

The CIPA Study collaboration with leading researchers in psychiatric epidemiology and the dynamical systems field at the University of Oxford, University of Amsterdam, National University of Singapore, KU Leuven, Modum Bad Psychiatric Hospital, and the University of Oslo.

Contact Information

Project Manager: Sverre Urnes Johnson

Project Contact: Omid V. Ebrahimi

You can also reach us through the Modum Bad telephone service: 32 74 97 00.

Project team at Modum Bad

Sverre Urnes Johnson, Ph.D.

Sverre Urnes Johnson, Ph.D.

Part-time senior researcher

Professor & Specialist in clinical psychology

Omid V. Ebrahimi

Omid V. Ebrahimi

Clinical Psychologist

Ph.D.-candidate

Xinkai Du

Xinkai Du

Ph.D.-candidate

Asle Hoffart, Ph.D.

Asle Hoffart, Ph.D.

Part-time senior researcher

Professor Emeritus

Project participants

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