Help set early psychosis research priorities

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We’re seeking your insights to help us identify the research questions about early psychosis that still need to be answered, and understand the questions most important to you.

You can get involved by completing our short survey, whether you’re:

  • a member of the early psychosis lived experience community;
  • a researcher in this field;
  • a clinician providing care to young people experiencing early psychosis;
  • or connected in some other way.

The survey is anonymous, but you’ll be able to submit contact details if you would like to be invited to take part in a facilitated group consultation later in 2022.

Please get in touch with us if you would like to find out more information about the survey, or the project more broadly.

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