Last year, SANE was involved in Depression: Asking the Right Questions - a unique project inviting input from patients, carers and clinicians to identify the most important questions that need asking in depression research.
Over 3,000 people submitted a total of 10,000 questions which they think need to be addressed by research into depression.
The project has now entered its next phase. The questions from the last survey are now being shortlisted in order to identify which of them should be the highest priorities for depression research.
How can you help?
In order to determine which research questions are the highest priorities, Depression: Asking the Right Questions is inviting as many people as possible to take their latest survey and place research questions in order of importance, to help shape future studies.
If you have cared for someone suffering from depression - either personally or professionally - or have experienced depression yourself, please take the Treating Depression survey, and help us make a difference to people whose lives are affected by depression.
Please note that the closing date for the survey is 11:59pm on Friday 14th August 2015.
This project is run by MQ: Transforming Mental Health. More information about the project can be found on the Depression: Asking the Right Questions website.