Taking part in research

OASIS was developed from research which found that offering people early help in coping with distressing experiences can lead to better quality of life in the long term.

We work in collaboration with researchers from King's College London, and there are opportunities to take part in research relating to unusual experiences, like hearing voices or feeling paranoid.

 

Taking part in research gives me the opportunity to help with developing future treatments. It’s nice to have the hope that something positive will come out of it in the future. It is also a way to earn some money and learn about science and how the brain works - David, research volunteer

 

Visit Youngspace for information on how to take part in research.

  • Participating in any research activity is entirely voluntary. Whether you decide to take part or not, this decision will not impact upon any aspect of your care with OASIS

  • You will always be reimbursed for your time

 

  • What we offer
  • Our roles
  • The OASIS assessment
  • Taking part in research
  • Downloadable resources
  • Common questions
  • What we offer
  • Our roles
  • The OASIS assessment
  • Taking part in research
  • Downloadable resources
  • Common questions