Health and social care research helps us learn about why we become ill and what we can do to stay well. It advances our knowledge so that we can find new treatments, change the way we deliver care, prevent illness and improve the environment, health and wellbeing of local populations.
We support research that benefits people who use our services and the communities we serve. We have studies for children and young people, dementia, substance misuse, eating disorders, learning disabilities and mental health.
Every now and again we have research that seeks to explore the views of members of the public. These studies are generally mental health related and open to everyone. We value those who volunteer their time and opinions to complete questionnaires, without whom a lot of research and progression would not be possible. Please see below for the latest opportunities to participate.
Following on from our Technology Integrated Health Management for dementia (TIHM) project, we’re asking people to take part in a survey to gather views on the use of assistive technology and medical devices in the management of dementia. We’d like to hear from anyone over the age of 18, regardless of your experience or knowledge of dementia or assistive technologies.
The use of assistive technology and medical devices for dementia is increasing so we want to hear from a wide variety of people to ensure future assistive technology projects are inclusive and easily accessible to all.
The survey results will help us to:
The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete. Click here to complete it.
Contact our Research and Development team on 01932 722 247 or email email@example.com if you would like more information.
The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) project is about ensuring vulnerable people are provided the opportunity to make choices that affect their lives.
The aim of this survey is to gauge how much the general public knows about the Mental Capacity Act.
The survey results aim to:
1. Strengthen the mental capacity process
2. Support professionals to provide the required education to the general public.
Regardless of your knowledge about the Act, if you are over 18 and would like to participate in this anonymous survey, click here.
Contact our Research & Development team on 01932 722247 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information.
Psychological Impact of COVID-19
REC reference: 20/HRA/1934
Version 1.1 29Oct20
Researchers from a collaboration group would like to invite you to take part in a short questionnaire exploring the psychological impact of the coronavirus, its effect on our emotions, behaviour and wellbeing. This is the second phase of recruitment. If you took part in the first phase of the study, you are still able to take part in this second phase, conversely if you did not take part in first phase; you are still able to take part in this second phase
The aim of this survey is to better understand how the coronavirus pandemic and resultant restrictions/lockdown are affecting our day to day lifestyle. We hope to find out what is helpful for people during this time and also what may be causing some people to be affected more than others in terms of their wellbeing.
Anyone over the age of 16 with access to be able to complete this online questionnaire can take part.
It is up to you to decide whether to take part or not. You are free to withdraw from the study at any time, without giving a reason and without consequence. This survey is completely voluntary and you can stop completing it at any time. You also do not have to answer any questions you don’t want to, you can just skip them
Please select ‘Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’ when asked where you heard about the study.
Want to find out more? Just click on this link: https://bit.ly/36ok8nK