Mental health research is at its best when it listens to and learns from people with lived experiences of mental health problems. It helps keep the research relevant and useful to the populations the researchers are trying to help. In short, researchers need you.
If you have personal experience of mental health problems and are interested in finding out how your personal expertise can make a valuable difference to research, then come along to this online event.
We’ve invited guest speakers who have used their personal experiences to have their say about mental health research. Whether that is helping to set research priorities, offering advice in advisory panels, helping to share findings or even conducting research themselves.
Our panellists will cover questions like:
What is mental health research?
How can I use my experiences to have my say in research?
What exactly does it involve?
And you’ll have a chance to ask them anything about their experiences.
Reserve your free ticket today. And invite a friend too!