9 November 2021

Liverpool University mental health study – can you help?

Liverpool University is running a study ‘Exploring the use of remote and digital/online services, and the perceived effectiveness of this mode of delivery in addressing young people’s mental health needs’. The team are looking for adults, and parents/carers of children and young people who have received mental health support online to talk about their experience.

What is the study about?

The team are interested in hearing from caregivers who have a child who has received support for their mental health online (such as online chat, telephone, online video call) as well as individuals who have received support for their own mental health.

What will it involve?

If you are happy to take part, you will be invited to participate in either an interview or focus group (it is your choice). We will talk about what you think of mental health support online, what you think works and what you think could be improved. The focus group or one-to-one interview will take place through an online video call.

If you are interested in taking part, please contact Joanne  (jworsley@liverpool.ac.uk) or Shaima (S.M.Hassan@liverpool.ac.uk) (0151 794 3912 / 0151 795 5346).