Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry,
Dr. Savill is a co-investigator leading the qualitative component of the EPI-CAL project. He has experience managing large datasets including management of multisite clinical trials of interventions for individuals with psychosis. Alongside his clinical trials experience he has developed expertise in conducting qualitative studies. This work has spanned remote and in-person structured qualitative interviews, survey research, and focus groups with consumers and community providers. He also has expertise related to conceptualizing the duration of untreated psychosis (DUP), and evaluating interventions designed to reduce DUP. Dr. Savill has experience of evaluating and validating measures for use in clinical settings, and has been trained to conduct and supervise standardized clinical assessments in early psychosis.