Would you like to be involved in a new research and development project that affects mental health services in your area?

Middlesex University and Public Voice are seeking mental health service users to help feed into plans to improve the community support available.
Patient Feedback Group

Public Voice is working with Middlesex University to develop a new research and development project. The project will bring together mental health service users and the community and voluntary organisations working in Haringey. The aim is to produce plans together that improve the community support available to people. We also want to ensure that this support is better connected to NHS and local authority health and social care services.

Service user feedback is essential, so we are recruiting a group of 10-12 people who reflect the population of Haringey, and who could attend meetings approximately once every two months to work with the project team. People who join the group will be paid for their time.

How to get involved

If you have personal experience of mental health problems, have used mental health services or care for someone who has, then we are interested in hearing from you.

We will be hosting a meeting on 13 June from 3pm to 4.30 pm. You can attend in person or join online.

If you would like to join the meeting please email Tim Weaver at Middlesex University.


Tim can answer any questions you might have about the project and let you know how to join.

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