Lets talk about: Making a difference: Research & you

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How we prevent, diagnose and treat illness is directed by research.

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Our courses are open to all adults who are UK residents and live, work or study in Leeds.

How we prevent, diagnose and treat illness is directed by research and it's important to have the evidence to show what helps people to get well and stay well. Research describes many different elements of investigation from collecting and testing data to talking with people about their experiences, which then helps to build up an evidence base of what works. Research is an ongoing process to help develop new approaches and make things better. Sharing your experience can help improve treatment and develop health care.

In this 'live' online workshop, we will@

- Discuss what research is and some of the myths surrounding it

- Explore the benefits of supporting research

- Understand examples of where research is currently being done and how you can get involved

Leeds Recovery College opened in 2019 and delivers a range of education and training courses that have been specifically designed to increase awareness and understanding of mental health, wellbeing and personal recovery.

Courses are co-designed and run by people with lived experience of mental health problems and health professionals, trainers and education providers.

Our courses are open to all adults who live, work or study in Leeds and you don’t need to be referred to the college to book on a course. Simply enrol on the course or workshop that is of interest to you.

Once you've made you're Eventbrite booking, we will get in touch and ask you to complete a course enrolment form to confirm your course place. You will receive course confirmation and joining instructions before the course starts.

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