I have previously emailed all of my recovery information to mental illness research institutions in the USA, UK and Australia and I have also since checked clinical trial registers and options for recovery from psychotic mental illness and nothing has ever come of it.
I have also since given the information to quite a few people in Facebook mental illness support groups and apart from recovery taking a long time for some people who are taking a lot of medication and recovery being impossible for some people taking certain types of medication, it has worked very well, so I can only assume that the research institutions either did not receive the emails, they think they have tried the information in the past and found that it doesn’t work (the most likely) or they don’t believe it or they just didn’t look into the information.
The purpose and aim of the questionnaire is to provide sufficient credible evidence to mental illness researchers showing that the information works and is working in most if not all cases and that it should be looked further into, and if the information is still taken no further, it may be sent to the news media.
The information will also be used to determine recovery times for different doses and types of medications, to determine the types and dosages of medication where recovery is impossible and also to identify and rectify any problems using the information.
You will need to register (sign up) and or log in before any of the entries in the below questionnaire can be saved. Once saved or submitted all of the entries made in the below questionnaire will be pre filled the next time you log in and all of the entries, including the username and password, may be changed at any time and saved by clicking the save buttons.
Please also complete as much of the questionnaire as is relevant to you (throughout recovery), otherwise your entries may not be useable.