The NEON publicity material states:
'The NEON study seeks to understand how access to stories of personal journeys through mental health challenges can benefit others.
Have you had experience of what can be called “psychosis”, or have experiences that others see as unusual (e.g. hearing voices, seeing or believing things that others do not)?
Are you living without NHS support (other than your GP)?
Taking part would involve:
- You would take part in an interview, and be asked to share your story with us.
- You would be paid £20 in recognition of your time and expertise.
This research is being undertaken at sites in Nottingham, East London and South London. Members of the research team have lived experience of mental health challenges.
For further information see: www.researchintorecovery.com/NEON
contact Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Rose on 020 7540 4380 ext 2309 or text 07901511866.
NEON is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (RP-PG-0615-20016) and approved by the Nottingham 2 Research Ethics Committee (email@example.com), by the Health Research Authority, and by the Research and Innovation Team at Nottingham Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, who are sponsoring the project.'