We have just published the latest in our occasional series of Talking Point papers. The latest is Patient and Public Involvement in Research, Why Not? by Kirsten Morgan. It goes right to the heart of many of the objections and challenges people doing PPI in mental health research face.
Opportunity: We are looking for eight people with personal experience of mental health problems to join a London based Service User Advisory Group (SUAG) for a new study entitled ‘Mental Health and Justice’. This is a great opportunity to be involved in a unique and exciting study about understanding what legal and other support people with mental health problems need to lead full and independent lives. If you’re interested and want to find out more please read here.
We are always looking to support people who want to challenge themselves and raise money for mental health research in the process. Do get in touch if you are interested. A team recently completed the RideLondon 100 cycle ride raising money for life saving research.
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