Research Study on Long-Term Effects of ECT: Participant Invitation
The University of Plymouth’s School of Psychology is conducting a research study led by NHS Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Emily Shipwright.
If you have undergone Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) within the last 20 years in the U.K. and are experiencing adverse long-term effects, you’re invited to participate.
- An online video call to discuss your ECT experiences and their impact on your life.
- Follow-up discussion to ensure accurate representation and provide an opportunity to add or modify details.
Who Can Participate:
- Ages 18 and above
- Able to provide informed consent
- Sufficiently fluent in English
- Received ECT in the U.K. within the past 20 years
- Identify one adverse long-term effect post-ECT
- Last ECT treatment more than 6 months ago
- Feel capable of managing any distress arising from discussing your experiences
For more information or if you’re interested in participating, reach out to Emily Shipwright at [email protected].
Contacting does not commit you to participate; it’s an opportunity for an open conversation about the study’s details.