e-wellbeing Youth Research Projects
Welcome to our Youth Research Hub!
Here at e-wellbeing, we are passionate about youth wellbeing, and we’re putting young people at the forefront of mental health research with our new Youth Research Project!
We've teamed up with the National Institute for Health and Care Research (Kent, Surrey, and Sussex) to develop three youth research projects. These projects will be led by young people, and will address issues that young people feel are important for improving youth wellbeing.
Scroll down to learn more about what the projects will involve!
So, how will the projects work?
By taking part in our youth-led research projects, young people will:
💡 Get academic research training for young people, provided by Make (Good) Trouble and other professionals
💜 Create research projects about mental health issues they are passionate about and can make a real difference to youth wellbeing
🗣️ Be given the chance to use their research training skills to deliver training to other young people during later project cycles
✨ Receive a £100 voucher for taking part!
Click here to find out more about Project 1, learn more about Youth Researchers and find out why they chose to take part!
Click here to find info about Project 2, and hear from the Youth Researchers about why they signed up for this!