Engaging mental health services’ users and their carers
Working with service users as co-trainers and training other service users in qualitative design and analysis and in particular interviews
This training and support project delivered six initial sessions and three other advanced ones.
This project also supported peer researchers in their participation in a research project in Lambeth examining the experiences of users of new services for people with severe mental illness using qualitative methods (in-depth interviews).
The project laid the foundation for building the capacity of local people who use health and social care services to both participate with academic research and to design and conduct their own research.
Health and Social Care Delivery
This project commenced in 2012 and will be completed by 2013. It has been carried out by academics from our School of Health and Social Care, who are carrying out research under the theme of Health and Social Care Delivery.
The funding body for this project is Guy's and St Thomas' Charity (via NHS Lambeth). Members of the project team: Markella Boudioni from LSBU and Sarah Corlett. To learn more about the academics working under this theme search our People Finder.