September 18, 2018 | News
We are sharing the following research request on behalf of Will Hall and the team he is working with at Maastricht University. Please note, the survey is independent from Intervoice.
If you have any questions, please contact Will directly:
[email protected], +1 (413) 210-2803
Maastricht World Survey On Antipsychotic Medication Withdrawal
www.antipsychoticwithdrawalsurvey.com (translations available soon)
Have you taken antipsychotic medication (such as Zyprexa, Seroquel, Abilify, Risperdal, Haldol, Geodon, Stelazine, and others), for any condition or diagnosis, with or without other medications?
And did you ever stop taking antipsychotics, or try to stop taking them?
Are you 18 years or older?
If yes, you can take this survey about antipsychotic withdrawal and attempts to withdraw, including if you stopped taking them completely or if you tried to come off and still take them.
The survey aims to improve mental health services by better understanding medication withdrawal.
Lead researcher is Will Hall, a therapist, PhD student, and former patient who has himself taken antipsychotics. Service users/survivors/consumers from around the world also gave input.
The study is sponsored by Maastricht University in the Netherlands; co-sponsors include the International Institute for Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal.
Please contact [email protected], +1 (413) 210-2803
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