Mental Health Concern
We are a charity providing a wide range of specialist services on behalf of the NHS and local authorities in the North East. Our mission is to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people we serve.
Peer Research Programme Mission
Peer research is grassroots research that in its truest form is delivered entirely by those who are part of the community that is being researched. Effective peer research can enable a democratic approach by allowing service users to shape and inform the direction of the research, and understand the evidence with a richness of experience that is not available to a researcher with no lived experience.
Assisting the Peer Evaluators on all research and evaluation areas including creation of project materials, data collection, analysis, and reporting. Working alongside the project leads to support the research development. This post is for 3 months commencing 10 September 2018.
To support the peer evaluators with:
Ensuring the integrity of data collection methods and research design.
Ensuring appropriate data is collected and undertake any data processing and data checking as required.
Undertaking statistical and analysis work as assigned.
Support qualitative data collection including interviews, focus groups and assist with and support the Peer Research programme.
Help with compilation of literature reviews, including appropriate academic and other secondary evidence as required.
Support and undertake the writing of accurate and adequate reporting.
Following ethical guidelines on human research
Comply with all legal and health and safety requirements.
For more information contact Phil at email@example.com