The University of Leeds wants to hear your experiences of safety
HAVE YOU BEEN DISCHARGED FROM MENTAL HEALTH INPATIENT CARE, OR CARED FOR SOMEONE WHO HAS?
My name is Jessica Rich
I’m Jess - a PhD student working at the University of Leeds and the Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group based in Bradford. My PhD is looking at improving experience and safety for those transitioning from inpatient mental health care to community. Currently, very little is known about what keeps people safe during this time, from the perspective of those who have experienced the transition and their carers.
We are currently conducting an interview study to explore what you, and other people who have experienced this transition or cared for someone, think supports people in keeping safe during this time and what can be improved. We hope that this work will support the safety of other people who are being discharged from acute inpatient mental health care.
- Interviews will take up to 1 hour
- Interviews can take place face-to-face, over Teams, or via telephone, depending on your preference.
- You will also receive a £25 voucher to say thank you for taking part.
Who can take part?
- Service-users aged 18-65 years
- Been discharged from an acute adult inpatient mental health ward (not including secure or forensic wards) within the past 2 years
- Been living in the community for at least 30 days
OR a carer of someone who fits the above.
Please click the following anonymous link to check your eligibility and see the participant information sheet: