Looking for researchers with lived experience of psychosis
If you are a researcher with lived experience of psychosis, please consider taking part in this study.
It is a qualitative study by the University of Bath investigating a psychosis social identity, or sense of belonging to the group of people who experience psychosis given evidence linking such social identities to health and wellbeing benefits.
Interviews will take place on line and last approximately 60-90 mins.
They are looking for people who are:
- Aged over 18 years
- Able to participate in an interview conducted in English
- Able to consent, and not currently too distressed to participate
- Employed by a UK University or NHS Trust in a paid or voluntary capacity as a researcher with lived experience
- Currently have, or historically have had, experiences consistent with psychosis e.g., hearing voices, other unusual perceptual experiences, distressing beliefs that others don’t agree with e.g., that your personal safety may be at risk
- Have at some point accessed mental healthcare support and received a diagnosis consistent with psychosis
If you apply to take part in this study please let the organisers know that you saw it advertised by Shaping Our Lives. Thank you!
How to Apply
Please contact Lorna Hogg, Chief Investigator: email@example.com OR Tel: 01865 223771
Involvement Payment Details
Participants will be offered £15 for participation.