NAMI Seeks Participants for Survey on Schizophrenia and Related Psychosis Conditions Clinical Research

Jan 25, 2021

NAMI is working with a partner that is preparing to launch a clinical research study on the biology of schizophrenia and related psychosis conditions to learn more about how to identify and treat those conditions. To learn what participants think and what they know about clinical research on schizophrenia and related psychosis conditions as well as what concerns they may have if they or a family member were taking part in a clinical research study, NAMI is conducting an anonymous online survey.

To participate in the anonymous online survey, we are seeking adults with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, schizophreniform disorder or brief psychotic disorder or a family member or caregiver of someone living with one of these conditions.

Survey responses will be used to help NAMI develop the most helpful information and support resources possible for people participating in the upcoming clinical research study.

To learn more about this research, please see our Frequently Asked Questions document.

Participate in the survey

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