One of my colleagues at Leicester is leading on a survey seeking perspectives on the topic of women with ASD (entitled Perspectives of Autism in Females with Intellectual Disability, PAFID-Q) from a range of mental health professionals whom work with people with intellectual disabilities.
The link to complete the survey is:
The survey is relatively straightforward and should take 5-10 minutes to complete. It does not ask for details that would identify you as an individual – we are just looking at collecting information from mental health professionals from a variety of backgrounds.
The survey is available to complete until Friday 3rd August 2018.
We thank you for your time and would really appreciate you kindly completing our questionnaire. Please feel free to any colleagues who may also be interested.
Mary Barrett (Consultant Intellectual Disability Psychiatrist, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust and Training Programme Director)
Verity Chester (Research and Projects Associate, St John’s House, Norfolk)
Amy Elliott (Final Year Medical Student, University of Leicester Medical School)
Chaya Kapugama (ST5 in Intellectual Disability Psychiatry, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust)
Sarah Robertson (Enhanced Assessment and Treatment Practitioner, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust)
Sam Tromans (ST5 in Intellectual Disability Psychiatry, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust and Honorary Academic Clinical Lecturer, University of Leicester)