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Take part in NHS research that will donate money to #mentalhealth charities!

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We have now had over 654 people take part! That's over £654 raised for mental health charities and over half way there for our research!

In case this is the first time you're reading this post... We are looking for people who are willing to complete some online questionnaires about employment and well-being which we hope will help us to improve services for assisting people with mental health difficulties to obtain and retain employment.

We are developing an employment questionnaire for people with personality disorders; however we are looking for people from all backgrounds to complete it. That means you do not need to have a diagnosis of personality disorder – you just need to have an interest in completing the online questionnaires.

The questionnaires will only take about 15 minutes to complete online. For your participation, we’ll donate £1 on your behalf to a mental health charity (Young Minds: Child & Adolescent Mental Health, Mental Health Foundation, or Rethink).

If you’re interested please copy and paste the link below:

If you would like to know more about the study please click on the link above or contact the study team on [***@****]

Thank you for considering to take part.

Leng (Li-Ling Song, PhD student University College London)
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