Lived Experience Advisory Panel for the SUSTAIN study: Supporting service users to manage antipsychotic induced hunger
Lived Experience Advisory Panel of people with personal experience of antipsychotic induced hunger
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We are recruiting a Lived Experience Advisory Panel of up to 8 members, to include mental health service users with personal experience of antipsychotic induced hunger. The panel will be involved in reviewing research materials and co-designing a package of support to help people manage antipsychotic induced hunger. The panel will meet at least 6 times during the course of the 18-month project. ***We now particularly want to hear from young men (aged 18-45) from ethnic minority backgrounds.
13th January 2022
31st January 2022
University of Manchester
The SUSTAIN research team is made up of academic-researchers, clinician-researchers, and a service user-researcher, within the School of Health Sciences, University of Manchester.
All of England
Identifying and prioritising
Designing and managing
What support is offered?
Advisory Panel members will be supported by the study’s Patient and Public Involvement Lead, who also has relevant lived experience. We will also encourage an ethos of peer-support amongst the group. No previous knowledge or research experience is needed, and any relevant training will be provided.
Advisory Panel members will be paid £20 per hour for their involvement
Any expenses incurred will be fully compensated
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?