Mental Health Survey – have your say if you’re aged 14-24

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Pearson is the world’s learning company operating in 70 countries around the world. They’re inviting all young people aged 14-24 to complete this 100% anonymous survey on how mental health affects you, your study and your work.

If you’re aged 14-24, you could really help other young people like you by taking part in this quick survey from Pearson.

  • Yes, it’s 100% anonymous.
  • Yes, your answers will be respected in line with UK data privacy laws.
  • Yes, you can say as little (or as much) as you want to.

The survey will ask you things like how important you think some aspects of study, life and work are on a sliding scale. It will ask you a little bit about how much you think you know about mental health, and if you or anyone you know struggles with mental health. It will not ask anything too personal. You can reply in your own words, or just click a choice to say how you feel about a question. And your answers will be treated with privacy and respect.

The survey will run through May 2019.

Want to help? Thank you. The survey is a just a click away.

Take me to the survey

 

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