Skip to content

Improving the Health of Young People (HYPE)

The Improving the Health of Young People (HYPE) project is an online recruitment, risk assessment, and resource platform for young people (aged 16+) aimed at improving the understanding of problems affecting young people's health, increasing their involvement in research as well as signposting to online and community health related resources. It aims to empower individuals within their neighbourhoods and communities by providing an environment to voice their opinions and contribute to a discussion on health inequalities; and work towards reducing these inequalities.

The HYPE project is looking for participants to take part in a (approximately) 30 minute online survey about their physical and mental health. Further information about the study can be found on HYPE's website (see below).

Details:

We are looking for:

Participants, who are:

  • over 16 years old
  • resident in England

Location:

  • Online/home-based

Expenses:

There are no expenses paid for participation in this project.

Contact information:

For further information about the HYPE project's survey, please visit the study website here.

If you have any queries about the project, please email Cerisse Gunasinghe or Nicol Bergou at hype@kcl.ac.uk.

Subscribe to our newsletter. Get the latest news on mental health.

© 2019 © MQ: Transforming mental health 2016 | Registered charity in England / Wales: 1139916 & Scotland: SC046075 | Company number: 7406055