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Research into young people's mental health

Sam_Alumni
Sam_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,674 Disability Gamechanger
edited October 2017 in Research and opportunities

The Right People, Right Questions project is looking for your unanswered questions on young people’s mental health that can be answered by research. We want to hear from 11 – 25 year olds with experience of mental health issues, their parents or carers, if you work with young people, or if you have another interest in the mental health of young people.

Have you ever had a question related to young people’s (aged 11 – 25) mental health that can be answered by research?


Then please complete this survey online.

The Right People, Right Questions project is looking for your unanswered questions on young people’s mental health which can be answered by research. They are interested in all aspects of young people’s mental health. Some of the things you can think about are:

  • Raising awareness of emotional wellbeing and mental health
  • Preventing the development of mental health problems
  • Causes of mental ill health and improving diagnosis
  • Improving treatments, care, and other types of support

Whatever it is, it is important and has the potential to shape the future of research into young people’s mental health.

Scope
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