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Research Opportunity: Supporting voice-hearers - evaluate new resources

Do you work with people who hear voices?

We invite you to be part of a research study by The University of Sydney to help evaluate a set of online resources to help mental health workers to support voice-hearers using an evidence-based voice hearing approach. The resources were co-designed by voice hearers and clinical experts.

All mental health workers (e.g., clinicians, support workers, peer workers, psychiatrists etc.) are invited to participate.

Participating in the study involves less than 3 hours of your time spread over an 8 week period. It includes you going through the online resources (2 hours) and doing three questionnaires (5-20 minutes each). You will be randomised to receive the resources immediately (after doing the first questionnaire) or in 4 weeks’ time (after the doing the second questionnaire).

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