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Survey/Interview study about how general hospitals (non mental health) respond to 'personality disorder'

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LeilaSharda Fri 06-Oct-17 10:18:48

Hello,

I am Leila, mental health nurse and PhD student at the University of Leeds. I am researching how NHS general hospitals respond to people diagnosed with a personality disorder. This includes people who have used womens/maternity services.

I am keen to hear from anybody who has this diagnosis recorded in their healthcare records, who has been admitted to hospital in the last 2 years. I would also be glad to hear from carers/supporters. There is an opportunity to take part in an online survey or a telephone interview.

Click the link for more info or to take part:
leeds.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/how-do-general-hospitals-respond-to-personality-disorder

Please contact me if you would like more information about this study.

Many thanks,

Leila

Meow34 Fri 06-Oct-17 10:23:22

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LeilaSharda Fri 06-Oct-17 12:02:36

Thanks for taking the time to post. As a mental health nurse, hearing about these types of experiences is always very humbling. There is certainly a lot of work to do - I hope I can contribute something by doing this PhD research.

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