About the study
The Janssen Study documents how a doctor manages a person's mental state and the treatments they receive. It is conducted in a number of European countries to better understand the similarities and differences in how depression is treated.
Who can take part
This study is open to anyone aged 18-64 who has moderate to severe depression and has been prescribed a minimum of two anti-depressants with little or no improvement of symptoms.
What will I have to do?
You will be involved for 12 months and will be asked to complete several questionnaires. You will receive a baseline visit on the day that you start a new treatment for depression which will be followed by further visits from a member of our research team at six and 12 months. If your treatment or mental state changes during the 12 months there will be additional visits.
Find out more
We would really like to hear from you if meet the above criteria and are interested in helping to ensure treatments for depression are consistent and helpful. Please get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 01932 722 247.