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Martin House Research Centre

What are your experiences during the COVID-19 outbreak? Please share your views with us. We want to know how we can best support you.

The Share Study
How to Support cHildren with a life-limiting condition and their pARents during the COVID-19 outbreak?: understanding Experiences, information and support needs, and decision making

Survey: https://www.isurvey.soton.ac.uk/37377 

For more information, contact SHARE.study@soton.ac.uk

For further details please click on the the Share Study poster:- SHARE Study Poster (PDF , 899kb)

The Martin House Research Centre is a partnership between Martin House Children’s Hospice, the University of York (Department of Health Sciences and the Social Policy Research Unit) and the University of Leed's Academic Unit of Palliative Care.

It is a multi-disciplinary centre for research on the care and support of children and young people with life limiting conditions or medical complexity, their families and the workforce that care for them. The Centre is holistic in its scope, recognising that the care and support needs of children and families span clinical/medical, social, psychological, parenting/caring, spiritual, financial and practical domains.

The Centre’s research is organised under six themes:

  • Emotional health and well-being
  • Clinical care
  • Service planning, organisation and delivery
  • Parents and families
  • Bereavement
  • Workforce

Read our MHRC Research Strategy (PDF , 185kb) and Governance arrangements

 

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