Committed to the continuous improvement of the care provided, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) is keen to support a research project that aims to evaluate how carers experience the services they receive.
The study focuses on the triangle of care in mental health, consisting of service users, relatives, and health professionals. The study will explore how relatives of people with mental health problems experience the support they receive, whether they are satisfied, and how this can be improved.
This will allow us to enhance our understanding of: -
31 participants from within the Brent Borough area took part in the study. This consisted of 10 people with a mental health diagnosis, 11 relatives, and 10 health professionals. Service users were between 18 and 65 years old. Relatives and health professionals were aged over 18, with no upper age limit.
Recruitment for the study has now ended.
We have two different participant information sheets depending on participants' background.
This report is the CNWL commissioned independent review of some of the Trust wide initiatives provided or developed by the Trust in an attempt to map the services that carers currently receive or have access to, and the ways that these could be improved.
If you would like any further information or have any questions, please contact a member of the research team: -
Senior Research Associate
Tel: 07885 972 554