The project is about setting priorities for research and we want to give you a louder voice. At MindTech we are working with the James Lind Alliance to find out what research we need to do into using digital technology for mental health. People living with mental health problems and professionals working in the field know the issues that affect them the most. We want to make sure that research focuses on the right things.
In an earlier survey, we asked people to tell us their questions about using Digital Technology for Mental Health. We had a great response - over 600 people told us their questions!
We now need your help to select the most important questions. Taking part in this survey will take about 10-15 minutes. You'll be shown 45 questions picked at random from the long list - you just need to pick the 10 that are most important to you. You can't save your answers and come back later, so be ready to do it in one go.
This is an anonymous survey but we will ask for a little information about you - one question at the beginning and more at the end. This is so we can understand who is completing the survey and whether we are reaching a wide range of people. We won't be able to identify you in any of the survey results and we will keep the information you give us secure.
Please check the project website if you want to find out more about us and the project.
Or watch this 3 minute film that tells you more.
If you would like to keep in touch with the project, you can leave your contact details at the end of the survey. We will keep your personal details separate from the other information you send us.
As a thank you for taking part, you can enter a prize draw There's a £50 Amazon voucher and three annual subscriptions to the Evidence Based Mental Health journal and three annual subscriptions to The Mental Elf up for grabs. Remember to leave your contact details if you want to enter.