Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and Psychiatric Morbidity in an Adult Population
An opportunity to participate
in Health Psychology research
by the University of Surrey
Antonia Richardson and Professor Mark Cropley at the University of Surrey are looking at whether, and how Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) impacts psychological health across a number of domains (e.g., depression, fatigue, sleep problems, irritability, worry, and more)
The objective is to compare these findings with data from the National Survey for Psychiatric Morbidity (2016), to understand how EDS affects mental health compared with the general population.
Participants should be 18 years old, or over and have a diagnosis of symptomatic hypermobility (EDS/JHS/HSD and similar conditions)
For more information please see the participant information sheet and poster, downloadable below.