Our research

Our research helps us to improve care, treatments and services for patients, families and local communities. It allows us to explore and improve new and innovative treatments and therapies and provide options to people who use our services. 

We put patients at the centre of what we do by developing our research in collaboration with people who have lived experience of mental health problems and/or learning disabilities.

All patients who use our services have the opportunity to hear about, get involved in, and have a positive experience when taking part in our research studies.

Get in touch

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  • @Research_SPFT Research at Sussex Partnership ๐Ÿ’™ @Research_SPFT 4 days ago

    Free psychosis @SPRiGSussex lecture: 25th Jan, 4-5pm, the most awesome Dr Clio Berry: Senior Lecturer, Brighton and Sussex Medical School "Preferences for psychological therapies for voice-hearing experiences". All welcome sussex.ac.uk/spriglab/

  • @Research_SPFT Research at Sussex Partnership ๐Ÿ’™ @Research_SPFT 1 week ago

    A big thank you to all our @withoutstigma staff and participants! Thanks to you all we are ahead of our recruitment target, with over 1600 participants taking part in our studies so far this financial year!

  • @Research_SPFT Research at Sussex Partnership ๐Ÿ’™ @Research_SPFT 1 week ago

    Hereโ€™s a free online course from the NIHR: What Is Health Research? An introduction to health and care research for people who are considering taking part in a study, or are interested in learning more about it.โฌ‡๏ธโฌ‡๏ธ bit.ly/35SztMb

  • @Research_SPFT Research at Sussex Partnership ๐Ÿ’™ @Research_SPFT 2 weeks ago

    Thanks to all our @withoutstigma colleagues who took time over Christmas to refer 21 people to take part in the GiVE3 trial, offering a shorter form of CBT for people with psychosis! @sussexvoices

  • @Research_SPFT Research at Sussex Partnership ๐Ÿ’™ @Research_SPFT 3 weeks ago

    Hereโ€™s another innovative study from our voices clinic looking at voices across a range of conditions. Pleased to be offering this opportunity to test a therapy for #voicehearing in the context of #anorexia twitter.com/sussexvoices/sโ€ฆ

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