To date, the project has attracted the following media attention:
Interview with Katie Byrne in The Irish Independent for a feature entitled ‘Talking therapy is on the rise...but who are we talking to?’ on research on ethical informed consent to psychotherapy. [Circulation: 108,500] (June 28th, 2016)
Interview with Jose Viosca entitled ‘Meaningful and sensible placebos’ for Mapping Ignorance (online science magazine).(May 2nd, 2016).
Invited feature on placebo research in The Herald entitled 'Research on the placebo effect is a bitter pill for pharmaceutical companies to swallow'. Ireland (May 14th, 2015) [Circulation: 49,500]
Interview with Katie Byrne for The Herald and a feature entitled 'Antidepressants: the real story behind their increase in use and the side-effects'. (May 13th, 2015) [Circulation: 49,500]
Invited blog post for British Medical Journal Blog. ‘The talking cure taboo’. (April 20th, 2015). [Readership: 10m per month]
Interview in The Irish Times on my research ethics of psychotherapy. ‘Is psychotherapy a license to deceive?’ (April 1st, 2015) Reprinted in J. Humphreys, Unthinkable: Great Ideas for Now (Dublin: Irish Times Books, October, 2015) [Circulation: 85,000]
Interview with Jose Viosca entitled ‘Meaningful and sensible placebos’ for Mapping Ignorance (online science magazine).
(May 2nd, 2016)