SMI Project survey

We want to hear your thoughts on our Serious Mental Illness (SMI) project.

The SMI Project is a new project working to improve the physical health of those who have a diagnosis of bipolar, schizophrenia and/or psychosis. This is because it has been found that the physical health needs of those who have a diagnosis of these illnesses are often overlooked.

We want to change this to make sure people with a SMI have all the information they need to live longer and healthier.

We have created this survey to hear from our clients and help us understand your thoughts and views which will help shape the project going ahead.

All responses are kept confidential. We are asking some questions around diversity to ensure we are reaching a wider variety of people.

To complete the survey, please click here. The survey will close on Friday 27 August.

If you have any further comments please feel free to email [email protected].

Posted on: 11th August 2021

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