LGBT+ Students in the UK - Can You Help With Important Research?

Do you identify as LGBT+?  Are you a student?  Do you live in the UK?





We’ve been contacted by a PhD student researching mental health among LGBT+ students. She’s hoping to understand how mental health and well-being develop over time.

The project will involve LGBT+ students completing questionnaires about their sexuality, gender identity, beliefs, thinking patterns, coping strategies and stress levels at 3 time points (1 month apart).  






Participation will take approximately 30 minutes at each time point and participants will receive reminders to complete the survey at each time point.

Understanding mental health is so important especially in the LGBT+ bracket and this is one way of contributing something that could add up to greater understanding of mental health in the future.

We’d be hugely grateful if you could help out with this research.


If you think you can help then you can follow the link here.



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