Opportunity details

The impact of self-management training on the ability of palliative care patients to cope with, and manage their lives, in the presence of a life-limiting illness

investigate relationship between self-management programme, exercise and patients with a life limiti

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Full description:

This role requires an understanding of the effects of living with a life limiting illness. Looking for people to input into the intervention design ensuring acceptability prior to utilising with patients in a real world setting. Input will shape the intervention time, content and delivery process. Commitment will be to attend a meeting to review what has been designed and provide comment and feedback. Current patients and staff members delivering the education will be involved.

Date from

31st March 2017

Date to

20th May 2017

Organisation

Hospices

Research group comprising of representatives from 5 hospices in the Hertfordshire area. Hospices deliver support for people diagnosed with a life limiting condition from the point of diagnosis to end of life and bereavement. The teams provide inpatient, community and outpatient services.


Details

Topic:

Health services and health delivery

Location:

East of England

Involvement type:

Reviewing

What support is offered?

Peer support will be offered as well as a full explanation of the project.

Travel expenses will be covered and hot beverages will be provided.

Payment:

none

Expenses:

Travel expenses will be covered and hot beverages will be provided.

Can the work be done from home?

No

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes


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