Women wanted to evaluate Mind’s ‘Get Set to Go’ campaign

Date 21.04.2016

The Institute of Health and Wellbeing is the evaluation partner for Mind’s Get Set to Go campaign, a project which aims to improve the lives of 75,000 people with mental health problems through access to sport in their communities.

As part of the next evaluation phase, the Institute would like to invite women who are mental health service users – those who have lived experience of mental health, either themselves or of a close family/friend – to participate in an interactive workshop and focus group session.

The volunteers will discuss the campaign materials that Mind are using to promote the project, sharing their views on materials such as posters, news articles and social media. As the national campaign is targeting women, the Institute would like to recruit eight females to take part.

Each participant that attends the focus group will be given a £50 voucher as a thank you for attending the session, which will last approximately 4 hours. The Institute of Health and Wellbeing will also provide lunch and refreshments and cover transport costs, and the session will be held at the University of Northampton on either May 11, 12 or 13.

For more information or to sign up please contact Natasha Bayes (Research Assistant).