What does it mean when someone is ‘hearing voices’?

Details of a survey being run by a group of medical students in Leeds:

Hearing voices or experiencing “auditory verbal hallucinations” is an unusual and poorly understood phenomenon. When this symptom presents it may cause alarm or concern in patients, families and even some professionals. With this in mind, a group of medical students are looking at peoples’ beliefs about these experiences, with a view to developing a better understanding of when and how to provide support or treatment.

Please help with the project if at all possible by completing the short survey .

If the link does not access directly on clicking, please cut & paste into your browser. Many thanks for your assistance. If you would like further information about the project, please contact Dr Stephen Wright at stephenwright@nhs.net

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