Involvement in Research Bulletin

To improve the relevance and impact of mental health research, we need as many people to get involved as possible. We issue a quarterly Involvement Bulletin, which advertises the latest opportunities to get involved with mental health research.

In these bulletins, we primarily advertise user and carer involvement in research opportunities, both with McPin and other organisations. We also let you know about any relevant events McPin are holding and post-graduate opportunities in mental health research. From time to time we advertise opportunities for people to take part in studies as participants.

Would you like to advertise in our bulletin?

If you have an opportunity to advertise in our bulletin, please do get in touch. You can download our minimum requirements for including an opportunity in the bulletin or sharing on social media here.

Young People’s Involvement Bulletin

Calling all children and young people! Interested in getting involved with mental health? Want to make a difference to research?

Our bulletin is packed with the latest in young people’s mental health, including what our Young People’s Advisory Group are up to. It also gives you the chance to submit your own stories to us about your mental health experiences. Most importantly, our bulletin includes the latest opportunities for you to get involved with all sorts of mental health research projects. Please note that currently we are sending out individual opportunities when they arise due to the vast amount of them.

You can receive the bulletin directly to your inbox by subscribing to our Young People’s Network – it’s free and you can unsubscribe at any time.

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Check out our newsletter to stay up to date with McPin’s work, the mental health research sector and to get practical advice on using collaborative methods in research