The Early Intervention in Psychosis Reference Group has published an online survey to hear from individuals who have personally experienced psychosis as well as partners, immediate family, or carers who have experience of supporting someone affected by psychosis.
The survey is part of a wider consultation involving three discussion events via Zoom called “Learning from lived experience: the road to early intervention in psychosis services in Scotland.”
The aim of this consultation is to capture people’s experiences, to influence the future of early intervention services for people with psychosis.
The group is working with Healthcare Improvement Scotland and the Scottish Government to ensure that people with lived experience are at the heart of the Early Intervention in Psychosis Engagement Project, by making their voice heard and fully involving them in improving care and treatment for individuals, families and carers who are affected by psychosis.
Hamish Kidd, is the engagement project worker, he is employed by Support in Mind Scotland to work with the Early Intervention in Psychosis Reference Group. He will collate all of the responses from this survey and 3 engagement events, with the Healthcare Improvement Scotland working group.
Fill out the online survey here – Learning from Lived experience – the road to Early Intervention in Psychosis in Scotland
The closing date for this survey of Friday 22 January 2021.