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Text Message Reminders of Appointments: A Pilot Intervention at Four Community Mental Health Clinics in London
Hannah Sims, M.Sc.; Harpreet Sanghara, M.Sc., P.G.Cert.P.W.P.; Daniel Hayes, M.Sc.; Symon Wandiembe, M.Sc.; Matthew Finch; Hanne Jakobsen, D.Clin.Psy.; Elias Tsakanikos, M.Sc., Ph.D.; Chike Ify Okocha, Ph.D., F.R.C.Psych.; Eugenia Kravariti, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Ms. Sims, Mr. Hayes, and Dr. Kravariti are affiliated with the Department of Psychosis Studies, Mr. Wandiembe is with the Department of Biostatistics, and Dr. Tsakanikos is with ESTIA Centre, Department of Health Services Population Research, all at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London.

The other authors are with Oxleas National Health Service Foundation Trust in London—Ms. Sanghara with the Service of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT); Mr. Finch and Dr. Okocha with Pinewood House, Pinewood Place; and Dr. Jakobsen with Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Send correspondence to Ms. Sanghara, Service of IAPT in Primary Care, Greenwich Time to Talk, 135 Eltham High St., Eltham, London SE91TQ, United Kingdom (e-mail:harpreet.sanghara@oxleas.nhs.uk).

The other authors are with Oxleas National Health Service Foundation Trust in London—Ms. Sanghara with the Service of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT); Mr. Finch and Dr. Okocha with Pinewood House, Pinewood Place; and Dr. Jakobsen with Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Send correspondence to Ms. Sanghara, Service of IAPT in Primary Care, Greenwich Time to Talk, 135 Eltham High St., Eltham, London SE91TQ, United Kingdom (e-mail:harpreet.sanghara@oxleas.nhs.uk).

The other authors are with Oxleas National Health Service Foundation Trust in London—Ms. Sanghara with the Service of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT); Mr. Finch and Dr. Okocha with Pinewood House, Pinewood Place; and Dr. Jakobsen with Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Send correspondence to Ms. Sanghara, Service of IAPT in Primary Care, Greenwich Time to Talk, 135 Eltham High St., Eltham, London SE91TQ, United Kingdom (e-mail:harpreet.sanghara@oxleas.nhs.uk).

The other authors are with Oxleas National Health Service Foundation Trust in London—Ms. Sanghara with the Service of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT); Mr. Finch and Dr. Okocha with Pinewood House, Pinewood Place; and Dr. Jakobsen with Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Send correspondence to Ms. Sanghara, Service of IAPT in Primary Care, Greenwich Time to Talk, 135 Eltham High St., Eltham, London SE91TQ, United Kingdom (e-mail:harpreet.sanghara@oxleas.nhs.uk).

Psychiatric Services 2012;63:161-168. doi:10.1176/appi.ps.201100211
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