ImROC is partnering a Citizen Science research project which is inviting people to contribute to a huge exploration of mental health.  ImROC is one of a number of partners working with the Institute of Mental Health at University of Nottingham on two projects which we would like to invite you to contribute to:

Project 1 – “New Citizen Science Activity Alert!

We are using an online form to consult the public about how people use some mental health self-management strategies to manage their mental health challenges. We value your input – it takes about 10 minutes to complete our form, which can be accessed here: Citizen Science Activity on Self-Management Approaches All of our findings will be available to the public, open access, for free”

Project 2 –“New Citizen Science Activity Alert!

We are using an online form to consult the public in imagining a world where mental health challenges are treated and managed positively. We want you to help generate new knowledge on what a good mental health recovery looks like for different scenarios. This is the link to find out more and participate Citizen Science Activity on Envisioning Mental Health Recovery  We value your input – it takes about 25 minutes to complete but you can choose the story of your choice to complete. All of our findings will be available to the public, open access, for free” 

Please note that we will be closing all Activities by 15 May 2024, and we will appreciate you sharing this project with others. 

For more information see:

Todowede O, Lewandowski F, Kotera Y, Ashmore A, Rennick-Egglestone S, Boyd D, Moran S, Ørjasæter KB, Repper J, Robotham D, Rowe M. Best practice guidelines for citizen science in mental health research: systematic review and evidence synthesis. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 2023;14.