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Over 2000 take part in NCMH research

More than 2000 people have now come forward to help the National Centre for Mental Health with its research.

Volunteers of all ages from across Wales are helping the centre to learn more about the causes of mental ill health. A better understanding of mental health disorders will help to improve diagnosis, treatment and support in the future.

NCMH Director Professor Nick Craddock said:

“Every single person who helps us is advancing our knowledge and contributing to a better future for people affected by mental ill heath.”

The centre is still looking for around 4000 more research volunteers.

NCMH is interested in hearing from people who have experienced all sorts of mental health disorders, including depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, PTSD, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, schizophrenia and autistic spectrum disorders.

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