Help needed for a study looking at using virtual reality as a therapy for people with psychosis.
We are looking for 10 people, with experience of psychosis, to join a friendly group to help to support a three year study looking at using virtual reality as a form of therapy for people with psychosis, starting in June 2018. The group will help shape and develop the research by providing opinions based upon their own experiences of psychosis. For more information about the study and our requirements please visit our website: https://bit.ly/2HIzDdt. To apply, please see the attached form.
13th April 2018
4th May 2018
The McPin Foundation
The research group is led by Professor Daniel Freeman at the University of Oxford and is funded by the National Institute for Health Research. The study is supported by the McPin Foundation (www.mcpin.org) who will be facilitating the public involvement for this study. The McPin Foundation and the research group will also collaborate with the Royal College of Art to design the VR environments.
All of England
All of research
Support will be offered according to individual needs.
£100 per meeting
Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed and hotel accommodation can be provided depending on distance of travel.