We are inviting patients and carers with experience of wounds to help inform our research study
We are proposing to carry out research that better acknowledges the relationship between our health and our psychology; and lead to real life changes for people who suffer with wounds. We are looking for volunteers to take part in a 1-hour group discussion on Thursday 15th February 3:30-4:30pm in Borough. We would like to hear your experiences of living with, treating or caring with someone with a wound, to advise and inform the design of this research. No experience or training is required.
29th January 2018
14th February 2018
University of the West of Scotland, London Campus
Our research hub, the Institute for Research in Healthcare Policy and Practice (IRHPP), is a centre of applied research
excellence, advancing health and social care practice, and family caring through evidence generation, partnership working and policy influence. The IRHPP has two research teams; ‘Deteriorating Patient’ and ‘Improving Lives’ which includes Mental Health and Wellbeing) with each team having a group of research themes including Wound Care.
All of health care
All of research
No training or experience is necessary for attendance at this meeting. We would just like to hear your views and suggestions about this wound study.
We will offer you £10 for your time and contribution at a one-off group meeting that will last up to 1 hour.
You will also be reimbursed up to £5 towards travel costs. Refreshments (tea/coffee/juice and biscuits) will be provided.