Anxiety UK is committed to furthering and understanding of anxiety disorders through research.
The Katharine and Harold Fisher Anxiety Research Fund.
Over the years, Anxiety UK has supported researchers with a range of research projects by assisting with participant recruitment and collaborating directly on research projects focused on improving treatment and services for people experiencing anxiety, stress and anxiety-based depression. We are keen to develop and expand our interest and support for research into such conditions and, in 2015, launched the ‘Katherine and Harold Fisher Anxiety Research Fund’, named after the charity’s founders.
Read more about the research fund here.
Advertising Rates for Researchers
If you are undertaking research in the field of anxiety, our aim is to help where possible. If you are undertaking research in the field of anxiety disorders and would like to recruit participants for your study, or would like to have your research promoted via our website/social media channels/Anxious Times magazine, please complete the research submission form.
We have several listing options including: a listing on our website (which receives over 150K visitors a month), a social media listing (>120K followers on Twitter and >20,000 on Facebook), a listing in our quarterly members magazine (distributed to approx. 7,500 members each quarter) or a combination of any of the above. You can view our current rates or email any specific questions to email@example.com.
Please note:we are unable to take responsibility for any treatment or experience that participants may undergo should they choose to take up the research listed. The fee for a website listing covers the listing to remain in place for 3 months, after this time, you can either terminate your listing, or pay for another 3 month period
Anxiety UK’s policy is to assist research at post-graduate level where the work involved will raise the profile of anxiety disorders and increase understanding and treatment. Unfortunately, we cannot help with undergraduate research projects.