Service providers Staff in NHS and other services

Who is involved in our studies?

Oxford health is interested in looking at the welfare of its staff and those of our other mental health colleagues from a range of services. Not only does this have positive effects for the staff members themselves but also helps to improve the care of patients. This research looks at a staff members current wellbeing is as well as ways to try and improve their wellbeing.

Current research

We have a verity of different studies.  Some involve a questionnaires, some involve a therapy and some involve taking a medication.  Some  take place in our research clinics, in a clinical team base or sometimes they can take place in your home.

  We are sometimes able to contact people directly about research, or get referrals from clinical teams. We are always appreciate hearing from people who are interested in getting involved.

Current Studies

PATTERN: Objective: In this study we aim to use two non-invasive devices to measure various physical characteristics in people (e.g. body composition – fat and muscle mass, heart rate, oxygen levels) in people with and without mental illness.

Key contacts

There are many opportunities to become involved in research at Oxford Health if you are a carer. If you are interested in taking part, please contact us on: for further information on our current research opportunities.

Previous research studies

Previous studies
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Page last reviewed: 19 March, 2024