Setting the research agenda for mental health and sleep/circadian science
We aim to create a report which will demonstrate questions which should be prioritised in the research of mental health and sleep/circadian rhythms.
Working with the James Lind Alliance and the McPin Foundation we will:
work with a Lived Experience Advisory Panel (LEAP), made up of individuals with lived experience of mental health and disrupted circadian rhythms
create a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) by working collaboratively with LEAP, researchers and clinicians
identify and highlight the Top Ten priority areas of research in mental health in sleep/circadian science
share our Top Ten priority areas with the wider community