Research at McPin
At McPin we deliver our own projects and partner with other organisations on commissioned research. If you would like to explore ways we can work together, get in touch.
We believe mental health research is done best when it involves people with relevant personal experience that relates to the research being carried out. We call this lived experience expertise.
In our research work we often use an approach known as peer research. This means researchers actively draw on their lived experience of the topic being studied to influence the research. We believe that using such an approach can result in research that is more relevant, acceptable and ultimately, impactful.
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Young people's mental health
Right People, Right Questions
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We are always excited to hear from others who want to collaborate on mental health research. From delivering peer research to helping you with public involvement strategies and providing training, get in touch to chat.
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