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Lauren Turner is a Research Assistant at Queen Mary University of London working on a research study titled “Understanding loneliness in young people”.

They are conducting interviews with young people (aged 18-24 years) about their experience of loneliness, they will be paid for their time. This research is needed to better understand different factors that contribute to loneliness and to develop future strategies to prevent youth loneliness.

Would you be able to share this information with young people at your organisation? Further information is below, and I’d be happy to arrange a chat if interested.

Participate in‘Understanding loneliness in young people’

Location: Online or in person

Why: We are looking to interview young people (aged 18-24 years) to discuss their experiences of loneliness. The interview will last between 60 to 90 minutes and will be conducted either in person at Queen Mary University, if convenient, or online via Zoom. We are eager to hear from people with a range of different life and loneliness experiences. You will receive a £20 voucher for your time.

What: Register your interest via a brief survey and if eligible you will be invited to take part in an interview (between 60 to 90 minutes).

Where: The interview will be conducted either in person at Queen Mary University of London, if convenient and you live in Greater London (within M25), or online via Zoom.

Eligibility: You must be aged 18-24 and have experienced loneliness.

How: Follow the link below to register your interest and we will be in touch with you soon with upcoming interview times.