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Social media and mental health amongst Further Education students in Northwest England

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Researchers at the University of East London are looking for participants for their survey regarding social media and mental health amongst Further Education students in Northwest England. Survey responses will contribute to understanding the advantages and potential harms of posting and interacting with mental health related content online. The research aims to produce guidance to healthcare and educational institutions on how to support students and service users regarding online activity, as well as advice to policy makers and social media leaders on the remaining threats to vulnerable individuals online, and how these can be tackled.

 

Follow this link https://forms.office.com/e/Jd3ApRbsiq to take part. Participation should take a maximum of 15 minutes and all questions are optional.

 

Bethan is a doctoral researcher living with EUPD and OCD, and ethical approval has been given by the ethics committee at the University of East London. Please reach out via u1714086@uel.ac.uk if you have any questions.

 

To participate you must be a Further Education student based in Northwest England Рthe expected commitment is up to 15 minutes.

The survey closes at 11:00am on 17th August 2024

How to Apply

Follow this link https://forms.office.com/e/Jd3ApRbsiq to take part. Participation should take a maximum of 15 minutes and all questions are optional. Bethan is a doctoral researcher living with EUPD and OCD, and ethical approval has been given by the ethics committee at the University of East London. Please reach out via u1714086@uel.ac.uk if you have any questions.

Involvement Payment Details

There will be no involvement payment for this involvement opportunity.