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Alcohol use among ethnic minority groups who have a mental health problem

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Lancaster University are researching alcohol use among ethnic minority groups who have a mental health problem.

The project is funded by a charity, Alcohol Change UK, and the research has been developed with ethnic minority groups with lived experience of an alcohol and mental health problem.

They are looking for people to do telephone interviews to help the researchers understand ethnic minority groups’ experiences of drinking and non-drinking, and their experience of seeking support for their mental health.

If you’re eligible to take part, the researcher will arrange a time and date which is suitable for you, to conduct the telephone or online interview.

If you apply for this opportunity please let the organiser know that you saw it advertised by Shaping Our Lives. Thank you!

How to Apply

Contact Jo-Anne Puddephatt, on j.puddephatt@lancaster.ac.uk

Involvement Payment Details

Those taking part will be paid £20 for their time.