Our Research Studies
Research can be about taking part in a new therapy, completing questionnaires, attending an interview or focus group, or trying a new drug. We have a broad range of research studies at Sussex Partnership. You can see our leaflet which summarises our mental health research studies here or find out more about individual studies by clicking on the yellow tab above.
We carry out research into dementia to help improve the care and outcomes for people with dementia. You can see our leaflet which summarises our dementia research studies here or find out more about individual studies by clicking on the yellow tab above.
If you would like to receive updates about our research news and studies, please join our Research Network .
If you are interested in dementia research across the country, you can also sign up to Join Dementia Research to stay in touch with what's happening. Join Dementia Research is funded by the Department of Health and delivered in partnership with the National Institute for Health Research, Alzheimer Scotland, Alzheimer's Research UK and Alzheimer's Society.
Participant Research Experience Survey (PRES)
If you have taken part in one of our studies, we would really like to hear your feedback by clicking on the yellow tab:
The information you provide will be collected by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network and will be treated in the strictest confidence. It will not affect any of your further treatment or any future participation in a research study. It will help us grow and develop the way we do our research and the way we involve participants. Participant responses received so far suggested three areas for us to focus on:
- Knowing about research - making sure you know about research on offer and opportunities to take part
- Communicating and disemminating findings - making sure we communicate with you and reach out to hard to communities who don't know about our research.
- The research experience - telling people about what it's like to take part in research.
We are taking these actions forward via our PRES working group in partnership with patients and representatives from ethnic minority and young people's networks.