Earn £40 helping us test a website campaigning to end stigma and discrimination In Wales.

If you have experience of mental health (yourself or someone you know) or are a healthcare professional, teacher, journalist or HR personnel who wishes to address mental health stigma we need your help!

The research is quite simple: you will need to come to a venue in Cardiff in late July/early August and spend an hour looking at the site and telling us what you think about it. We will pay you £40 for your time plus travel expenses. We will agree with you a specific date and time to attend. There is no preparation required and no further commitment. 

If you can help please email Avril Swift at avril@webusability.co.uk for more information. 

Web Usability are a market research agency. Details can be found at www.webusability.co.uk.

 

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