Be involved in research to improve early interventions for Psychosis!

We have been informed about a great opportunity for those with experience of Psychosis to help improve the early interventions for it!

Project:  This research is about the places people go to get help before they are seen by Early Intervention in Psychosis services. The research aims to help people with psychotic symptoms get the help they need more quickly.

Researcher: Sophie Allan is a Trainee Clinical Psychologist at the University of East Anglia. Sophie has worked in the Cameo Early Intervention in Psychosis service and in a role helping young people improve mental health services.

Experience: We are looking for people who have used early intervention in psychosis service (CAMEO) and are interested on the topic to help Sophie plan her research.

Time commitment: You will meet roughly three times during the course of the research. The first meeting will take place in May 2018 in Cambridge. Some of the work might be done via email.

Payment and support: £10/hour for attending each meeting will be offered. Travel expenses up to an average of £40 per person will be offered. Please note, this income may have implications for those claiming benefits. All income must be declared to the Inland Revenue.

If you have relevant experience please contact s.allan@uea.ac.uk .

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