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The research we deliver is valuable to the Trust and the future clinical and social care of service users. This is because research can help to determine best clinical and social care practice for the future. If you are interested to take part in research, or you would like to learn, please see the information below.

How to take part in a research study

We have a wide range of clinical research studies open at the Trust, and these may be suitable for service users, carers, volunteers or staff. The studies may be questionnaires/surveys, attending an interview, taking part in a new therapy or being involved in focus groups, or taking part in interventional research where a new medication may be being trialled.

Please take a look at our ‘open research studies’ which will provide you with more information on the open clinical research studies that we have and that you may be able to register your interest in.

If you would like to know more about a particular research study, or you think you would be suitable to take part, please contact the clinical research unit team by email:

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