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Racialised people with psychosis and their lived experiences of religion/faith: an interpretive phenomenological analysis

Racial identity, psychosis and experiences of religion/faith

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Psychosis often represents a time of great distress for many and provides a lens into their religious/faith (r/f) experiences. Racialised individuals are unfortunately overrepresented in psychosis/schizophrenia statistics but many also have experiences with or value their religion/faith. Therefore, the proposed qualitative study aims to explore the lived experiences of r/f in racialised adults with psychosis. The views of those with lived experience are sought at the initial stage of the research design and at the final stage, to summarise the findings.

Date from

1st July 2024

Date to

31st December 2024

Payment:

£10 voucher

Expenses:

None - consultation will be online

Organisation

University of East London

I am undertaking a Doctoral level training in Clinical Psychology at the University of East London.
This study fulfills the requirements of the training programme.

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Topic:

Mental health

Location:

London

Involvement type:

Reviewing

What support is offered?

I receive regular supervision from my research supervisor who is a tutor at the University of East London and sits within the research team on the doctoral programme.

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes


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