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Share your views on transition experiences in neurological care

Section: People and NetworksType: News Item Date Published: 8th September 2021

Individuals with a neurological condition are invited to take part in a research project being funded by the Scottish Government.

University of Dundee is looking for individuals (aged 18 years and older) with a neurological condition to take part in a research project being funded by the Scottish Government.

The purpose of the research project is to gather information from individuals with a neurological condition about their lived experiences of transitions. This could include moving from Children to Adult Services or Secondary to Further/Higher Education or employment or socialising or relationships. This will help to build a better understanding of how transition processes work and the types of experiences that individuals’ have.

Participation in the research project is entirely voluntary and involves answering 6-8 questions about your experiences of transition. This should take no more than one hour. The interviews will be audio recorded and the information collected will be used to help the research team get a better understanding of how individuals are experiencing/have experienced transitions (life and health and social care transitions).

Before you decide whether you would like to participate in the project it is important that you read the information provided in the participant information sheet below.

If you have any questions about the project or would like to talk to someone before taking part please email jenny.preston@aapct.scot.nhs.uk

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