Priority setting of research gaps in child and youth mental health

Through this survey, the Cochrane Common Mental Disorders - Children and Young People Satellite aims to identify the most important research gaps related to mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.

What's involved?

This study involves completing in an anonymous online questionnaire that should take approximately 20-30 minutes.

All participants who share their name and contact details (documented and stored separately from their questionnaire responses) will enter a lucky draw to win one prize worth $150.

Take part in the survey by clicking the link below.

Eligibility criteria

You can take part in this survey if you are:

  • A young person at least 16 years old with or without lived experience of mental health difficulties
  • A carer/family member of a young person with lived experience of mental health difficulties
  • A healthcare professional or a community based organisation working to support the wellbeing of young people


For more information about this study, please read the participant information sheet available at the survey link and contact:

Dr Sarah Hetrick
Phone: +64 9 923 7295 ext. 89100

Approved by the University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee on May 24, 2019 for three years. Reference Number 022884.