Help drive forward our understanding of mental health by getting involved in research today.
You can be a part of the movement to transform mental health, whilst potentially gaining access to new treatments and therapies that could improve your own mental health.
From time-to-time researchers will have projects that the general public or those affected by mental health can take part in. Those that have met our quality criteria will be listed on this page and currently include:
If you get anxious or feel shy in social situations and over the age of the 18 then you may be able to help. Our researchers are looking for those affected by social anxiety in the UK to take part in their work, as they develop an online self-help tool. Sign up now.
Sign up today at the UK Clinical Trials Gateway, and find a range of studies you can get involved in.
We're working with patients, medical professionals and others to set the priorities for mental health research. Last year thousands of people helped us to set the top ten priorities for depression research. And we hope to publish with our partners the priorities for bipolar disorder later this year.
If you'd like to find out more about these projects get in touch.
From time-to-time we're able to promote external research to our supporters. Find out more about what research we will promote, and how to submit it.