Opportunity details

Feedback on two palliative care studies, and optional advisory panel membership for either or both

Two research studies: one focused on spiritual care & spiritual wellbeing,

Link to organisation:

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychiatry/research/marie-curie-palliative-care-research

Full description:

We are looking for up to 18 people who are either (a) living with an incurable disease or (b) who are caring or have cared for people living with an incurable disease.

You must be able to attend (either in person or virtually) 2 sessions held one week apart. Each session lasts for up to 2 hours. You can read more detail about the sessions in the attached document.
<p style="font-weight: 400;">There are three main purposes of the sessions: (1) to get feedback on two NIHR fellowship research projects (2) to establish an advisory panel for each project (should they be funded) (3) to develop ideas and priorities for future research.</p>

Date from

13th September 2021

Date to

17th December 2021

Organisation

University College London / Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department

The Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department, London (MCPCRD) was established in 1999. It is now based in the UCL Division of Psychiatry where it has expanded rapidly. Our mission is to help people and their families living with a terminal illness make the most of the time they have together. This is by advancing our knowledge on best care by delivering and disseminating world class research. You can read more about our department via the website.

Attachment

PPI advert final version 9.9.21.pdf


Details

Topic:

Ageing
Other

Location:

UK wide
London

Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

If either study is funded, there will be peer support and training available.

Payment:

£12.50 per hour; £50 for completing both sessions

Expenses:

Travel (London only) & time. Additional funding for care cover is available on request.

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes