At Sussex Partnership we carry out research to improve the care we give to our patients. We are one of the top five mental health trusts for research in the country.
Letting patients know about research - The Research Leaflet
Patients and carers have told us that they want to hear about research and some may be interested in taking part in a study.
So we can make sure that all patients have an equal chance of hearing about research and finding out more about how they can take part, we would like to send them information about research studies from time to time.
If patients do not wish to be contacted about research they can ‘opt out’ of hearing about it.People who do not want to be contacted about research, should complete the research opt out form below, or complete and return a paper version (either by printing the online form or the form given to them at their initial appointment).
If you have any questions or want more information, please contact the Research Manager on 0300 3040088 or email email@example.com
People who do not want to be contacted about research, need do complete a research opt out form below.
* This applies to our adult services. For our children and young people and learning disability services, this is still under review.
Join our research network
The Research Network provides an opportunity to know more about our research activity. Members will be invited to research events, receive research updates and a copy of our annual magazine. Our mental health research includes:
- mood and anxiety
- brain and body
- personality, emergency mental health care and complex needs
- children and young people
- approaches to involvement and recovery and
- learning disability.
Whatever your role at Sussex Partnership or our partner agencies, whether you are a member of staff, a carer, a volunteer, or someone who uses our services, you may have valuable ideas and insights about the research that we do. Please get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To join our Research Network please complete the form below.