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How do Adults Prioritise Components of Mental Health

Share your experiences and thoughts on different components of mental health.

  • Multiple Dates
  • Workshop
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This research is looking into how older adults (65+) prioritise components of mental wellbeing compared to younger adults. The researchers want to better understand which aspects of mental wellbeing are seen as more or less important to the older adult population. 

It is hoped the results of this study will help to inform future studies and policies involving older adults and mental health as well as supplying a number of international projects with foundational data.

Volunteer Criteria

The research study will compare different age groups' prioritisation of components of mental wellbeing so you must fall within one of the below age groups to take part:

  • 18-40 years


  • 65+

What will I be asked to do?

You will be asked to join an online workshop where you will be given a selection of different components of mental health. Once everyone has read each card you will be asked to work as a group to rank these components from most to least important.

This task should take between 20-30 minutes. 

When and where?

There will be two separate workshops for each age group which will take place on Friday 3rd July on Zoom at the following times:

  • 11am - 18-40 years
  • 3pm - 65+

Please select the appropriate time for your age group when you register to take part.

If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, click here to read our blog on how to get involved online. 

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  • Clement
    24th June 2020

    I spent almost 40 minutes trying to log onto the Livestream and the Events Link Eventually had to download Microsoft Teams App onto my Computer with no success after all that...Really disappointed. The Livestream didn't work for me. I hope others had better luck than me.

    3rd July 2020

    Dear Clement, I'm so sorry you still weren't able to join the livestream. You definitely weren't the only one who experienced issues. The team have reviewed their processes and will be livestreaming straight to YouTube next time. As you missed this one though, you can now watch the full session here: but I will also try to embed the video into this opportunity too. Best VOICE at Imperial

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    24th June 2020

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