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Healthwatch Oxfordshire and the University of Oxford Saïd Business School are seeking young people's views on how they receive mental health services


Oxfordshire Healthwatch is working with researchers from Said Business School, involving young people between ages of 18 and 35 who use Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS) in Oxfordshire. Many studies have focused on the service that young adults receive within the Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS). The researchers would like to get better local understanding of the service that young adults receive outside of and in addition to AMHS. Healthwatch Oxfordshire is supporting the Public and Patient consultation that will contribute to a much wider research project being carried out by the researchers and their sponsors on “service integration”. It will help the researchers better design their research agenda, come up with interesting research questions and make sure their study is relevant and useful.

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete, further information on the project can be found below.

A report will be produced by Saïd Business School will be made available to Healthwatch Oxfordshire and NHS providers of Adult Mental Health Service by October 2016.

Complete the survey and view further information about the project

Click here to take part in the survey.

For further information about the project, view the Heathwatch Oxfordshire website.