Help with research studies

There are lots of ways that you can help support mental health research.

Researchers often ask members of the public to volunteer to take part in their studies as a research participant. Find out more about volunteering to be a research participant here.

Many researchers also ask people with particular experiences, say of using a particular service or treatment being studied, to act as advisers on their studies. This is often called Public Involvement in research and is something that the McPin Foundation actively champions. You can find out more about how to get involved as an adviser here, or read more about McPin’s Public Involvement work here.

There are also many ways to directly support the work of the McPin Foundation. You can donate to help us to do more life saving research, or follow and share our Twitter and Facebook with your friends and colleagues.