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Patient participation
Get involved and make a difference
Patient participation
Get involved and make a difference
Patient participation
Get involved and make a difference
Patient participation
Get involved and make a difference

All about patient and public involvement

Public and patient involvement (also called PPI) is all about getting the people that use our services, their families, and other members of the public to work with us to improve our services.

This could be something small like asking for feedback about the way that a service is run, or something much bigger like the working together to design and develop a new project.

how to get involved upcoming events


MyHealthE

MyHealthE is a new secure online NHS digital portal called. It works by identifying when families were due to fill out new outcome measures and sends text and email reminders to complete the questionnaire online. MyHealthE was designed for use on a smartphone, tablet or a computer.

Learn more about MyHealthE



3S-YP: Social Media, Smartphone Use and Self-Harm In Young People Study

We want to understand how social media and smartphone use are associated with changes in mental health and wellbeing in young people. This information will help us learn when and what type of support would be useful for young people who are experiencing difficulties.

A team of researchers from King’s College London and South London & Maudsley NHS Trust, are working in partnership on this study along with the charity YoungMinds and funded by the Medical Research Council and Medical Research Foundation.

Learn more about the study



CAMHS COVID-19 survey

We are running a survey of families who are in with contact us to find out how young people and their families are getting on during the COVID-19 pandemic. To find out more please visit the page using the link below. 

CAMHS Covid-19 survey