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Opportunity details

Peer Support Worker Identity

Doctoral study evaluating the Peer Support Worker Identity of those employed in the NHS

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Full description:

Looking to recruit individuals who have used or work in mental healthcare services. Particularly those who are or have worked with Peer Support Workers. I would like individuals to be involved in the design stages of doctoral study. The study is funded by the NIHR.

I am flexible in ways in which you can get involved (e.g. by phone, email or meeting in person). As the main researcher I will travel to you and therefore no costs will be incurred for yourself.

Date from

2nd August 2018

Date to

2nd November 2018

Organisation

Warwick University

Academic project from University of Warwick funded by NIHR.

As this is a doctoral PhD project no payment or expenses can be distributed. The Researcher will make acknowledgements in the protocol, ethical documentation, thesis and any subsequent publications.


Details

Topic:

Mental health

Location:

UK wide

Involvement type:

All of research
Identifying and prioritising
Commissioning
Designing and managing
Undertaking
Disseminating
Implementing
Evaluating impact
Reviewing

What support is offered?

I am able to give you more information in detail about the proposed project and detail a number of ways in which you can contribute. You can be new to this or be experienced. All views are welcome and considered.

Payment:

This is a voluntary opportunity

Expenses:

Due to the nature of the project - PhD project - no expenses are able to be given for time.

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes


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