Are you interested in being a public advisor for a research study about mental health risk assessment in young people?
Mental health risk assessment in young people
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We are carrying out a study to find out what existing research tells us about the way that mental health risk assessments for young people are carried out.
We want to find out about the best way for mental health risk assessments to be done.
We are looking for around six people to join a public advisory group to help with the study.
Please reply by 1st November.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE READ THE ATTACHED INFORMATION. THIS TELLS YOU WHAT YOU NEED TO PUT IN YOUR RESPONSE.
11th October 2021
31st October 2021
University of Sheffield
The School of Health and Related Research is one of the largest departments at The University of Sheffield. Our world-class research is influencing global health and policy. This opportunity is within one of our evidence synthesis centres. Staff in these centres look for and bring together what is known about the best ways to provide health and social care service. This knowledge is used by policy and decision-makers.
Children and young people
All of England
What support is offered?
A public co-applicant is able to offer support and online training is available.
£25 per hour
A one off £5 payment is provided to cover IT costs. It is not expected that there will be other expenses.
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?