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Supportive and End of Life Care in Primary Care

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The Unit’s research focuses on the experience of living with complex and life-limiting conditions, survivorship following treatment for cancer, patient empowerment of support for carers. We collaborate closely with Marie Curie Hospice in Solihull, local CCGs and hospital trusts. We apply a range of quantitative and qualitative methodologies to our research in this area.

Current projects:

Recently completed research includes:

  • What makes palliative care needs "Complex"?: a multisite sequential explanatory mixed methods study of patients referred to specialist palliative care (Evaluation study)
  • CHAT-P – online intervention to empower men with prostate cancer to identify and express health and other needs.
  • CHAT-B - developing an online holistic needs assessment for patients with bladder cancer.

To learn more about this research theme contact the research theme lead,

Dr John MacArtney

John dot MacArtney at warwick dot ac dot uk