OSI-GROWS is a service evaluation project that aims to evaluate the outcomes and usage of OSI (Online Support and Intervention for Child Anxiety) in routine clinical practice. Any organisations who participated in the Co-CAT study have been offered continued use of OSI in their service, for free, until at least February 2024 (subject to any local approvals/individual service requirements for the use of OSI in routine clinical practice being in place). Organisations are able to offer OSI to parents/carers of children (aged roughly 5- to 12-years-old) with primary anxiety difficulties.
What teams are involved in OSI-GROWS?
The map below shows the organisations (i.e., NHS services, local authorities, and third party organisations) who are involved in the OSI-GROWS project.
How many clinicians have been trained to deliver OSI as part of OSI-GROWS?
The number of clinicians who have been trained to deliver OSI as part of OSI-GROWS so far is:
How many families are currently receiving OSI as part of OSI-GROWS?
The number of families who have received/are receiving OSI as part of OSI-GROWS so far is:
Last updated: February 2024