Black Women’s Mental Health Study Research Advisory Board (PPI opportunity)
How and gender and race, might shape experiences of depression for Black women.
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We are interested in understanding Black women’s experiences of depression. In particular, how race and gender might shape these experiences (especially related to ideas about the “Strong Black Woman”). We hope that findings may enable Black women to access mental health services in the UK.
We are looking for people to help shape and provide feedback on our research (meeting twice a year). Please see attached document for the person description.
25th May 2021
25th June 2021
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
Entrepreneurship, innovation and engagement are embedded in QMUL research culture. QMUL is committed to achieving impact and involving end-users, patients, policy-makers and the public in the research conducted.
The Economic Social Research Council funds this project through the London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership.
Health services and health delivery
Identifying and prioritising
What support is offered?
To recognise your contribution, we would like to offer co-authorship to advisors when they comment on findings (e.g., for publication and/or workshops).
£25 per hour
Meetings will be held online via zoom. Therefore, no expenses will incur.
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?