Health research is important because it tells us about what works best. Health care professionals and health system decision-makers use health research for many reasons. They use it to make advances and improvements in tests and diagnoses, treatments, medicines, and devices. They also use it to inform the way health care services are delivered. Health research is also important to patients and their families; helping them make informed decisions about their care plan.
A team of clinicians and end-of-life specialists; alongside partners from Victoria Hospice, TheraPsil, and the psychedelic medicine assisted therapy community, are interested in generating evidence that explores the use of psilocybin in the compassionate treatment of end-of-life emotional distress. They want to hear from you: What topics should future research focus on?
What do you think are important Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy and end-of-life emotional distress topics they should generate evidence on next? This is your opportunity to share your story and chart the future course.