Are you interested in participating in research to help promote mental wellbeing and prevent mental health conditions?
Prevention United provides a list of relevant research studies that members of the public can participate in. Please note, we only act as a go-between between researchers and interested participants. We do not conduct these studies and we have no control or responsibility in relation to the conduct of these research projects.
If you are interested in participating in a research study we therefore encourage you to contact the lead researcher directly, to find out as much as possible about the study to see whether it is suitable for you. Key questions to consider asking the researcher include:
- What is the nature of the project, why it is being done and what benefits are anticipated?
- Has it been approved by a Human Research Ethics Committee?
- Who is undertaking the study and what are their credentials?
- Who can participate?
- What’s involved for each research participant?
- What (if any) potential risks are involved in participating in the study?
- What are my rights (e.g. voluntarily participation and right to withdraw from the study)?
- How will the study be monitored and how will my safety and wellbeing be protected?
- What confidentially and privacy protections are in place for the study?
- How can I get access to the results of the study?
- Who should I contact if I have more questions or experience any issues during the study?
Studies will be advertised here.