Research opportunity for people living with multiple long-term conditions. Help us design a new Personalised Exercise-Rehabilitation FOR people with Multiple long-term conditions (PERFORM) programme.
An exciting opportunity to get involved in research on rehabilitation for long-term conditions.
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We are looking for participants from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds who have two or more long-term conditions (e.g. diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, depression/anxiety, arthritis or back pain) that significantly affect their quality of life. We are also looking for family/friends who care for such patients. We would like both to join our Lived Experience Advisory Group and help us design a new rehabilitation programme that meets their needs.
13th June 2022
13th September 2022
The PERFORM Lived Experience Advisory Group
The PERFORM Lived Experience Advisory Group will meet with the research team in-person at the University of Birmingham between six and eight times over approximately 18 months.
The PERFORM study aims to develop and test a new exercise-based rehabilitation for people with long-term conditions. We hope that the rehabilitation programme will improve the quality of life of patients living with long-term conditions by improving their physical and mental/emotional well-being.
Health services and health delivery
Muscles, joints and bones
Stroke or cardiovascular disease
Identifying and prioritising
Designing and managing
What support is offered?
Participants will be offered induction training during the first Lived Experience Advisory Group to introduce the study and the stakeholder role. Participants will have a named contact person who will readily answer any queries they might have.
Honorary payment of £60 per group meeting.
Local travel costs will be reimbursed.
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?