Opportunity details

Increasing engagement, involvement, and accessibility of research for adults who have ADHD and adults who use cannabis: a Patient and Public Involvement project

Discussion sessions for adults with ADHD, and adults who do and do not use cannabis

Link to organisation:


Full description:

The project involves small online group-based discussions (we can also accommodate 1-to-1) that centre around topics such as how symptoms of ADHD affect adults, experiences and concerns about cannabis, how we can make research more inclusive and representative of the wider adult population with ADHD, and how we, as researchers, can make taking part in research more accessible for adults with ADHD, who do and do not use cannabis. Please see attached document for more information.

Date from

19th March 2024

Date to

1st June 2024


£20 per session


Expenses are not paid as the sessions will be held online


Addiction and Mental Health Research Group, University of Bath

This study is being conducted by Sally Turner, as part of her PhD. Sally is supervised by Dr Tom Freeman and funded by the South West Doctoral Training Partnership, Economic and Social Research Council. You can view our research group's other projects, publications, and more information here - https://www.bath.ac.uk/research-groups/addiction-and-mental-health-group-aim/



Mental health


UK wide

Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

Support will be considered on a case-by-case basis, based on the preferences of the PPI contributors.

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?