COPD and INCLUSIVE REMOTE CARE research study
What is the experience of remote consultations among people with COPD from ethnic minority groups?
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The study aim is to find out the experience of receiving health care by telephone, smartphone, apps, video link or online platforms (remote delivery) among people with COPD, and carers of people with COPD, from Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Black African, Black Caribbean groups or from mixed ethnic groups. We want find out what worked well, what did not work well and how delivery of care can be improved so that it is suitable and acceptable to them.
6th March 2023
31st May 2023
Centre for Primary Care, Queen Mary University of London
The Inclusive Remote Care study team comprise experts in the field of primary care, public health, health inequalities, multiple long term conditions, digital routes to access health care, developing new models of health care delivery to improve management of health conditions from the University of Oxford, University of Warwick, King's College London and Queen Mary University of London.
Invite to join INCLUSIVE REMOTE CARE study-advisory role 3 March 2023.docx
Health services and health delivery
All of England
East of England
Yorks & Humber
All of research
What support is offered?
We will offer any support that you may need in the role.
We will offer a £25 voucher for your time and contribution for each meeting (lasting up to an hour). We will offer a £15 voucher for reading and providing feedback on study documents (this may take up to 30 minutes). Your feedback can be sent by post or by email.
Expenses will be covered as needed for example travel, refreshments for meeting.
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?