Prof. Shula Ramon and Peer Educator Sheena Mooney
Talking about shared decision-making in medication management. One of a kind in the UK, the ShiMME project is a wonderful example of research initiated by service users.

Getting involved in research - have your say!


Research teams consist of people with different expertise and skills. In this way they can address the research topic from multiple perspectives which can lead to new ideas and insights. The first hand knowledge and expertise of people experiencing mental health issues and their carers is an important part of this. Many service users and carers are working with researchers and clinicians to design and undertake CPFT research projects that are relevant and likely to benefit service users and carers.

To help bridge the gap between lay people and researchers,  CPFT supports researchers’ to involve service users and carers in their research projects and service users and carers in getting involved.

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The page was last updated on 19 March 2018 by irokkou.


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