Theme: SUPPORTIVE AND PALLIATIVE CARE

Prof. Kevin Brazil

Theme Co-ordinator

The School has been in the forefront of developing palliative care research in Ireland (www.aiihpc.ie). The aim of this research programme is to illuminate the experiences of cancer survivors and patients requiring palliative care, their informal carers and their professional carer’s, with a view to improving the experience of both survivorship and palliation. These insights will be used to provide a sound evidence base for care and to develop a research continuum from bench to bedside through the development of co-ordinated research projects.

Related Projects

Pick Project

Promoting informed decision making and effective communication

Through advance care planning for people living with dementia and their family carers

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Adult Nursing CPD

Cochrane at Queen's

Making an Impact

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Music Therapy Project

For Palliative Care Patients

MusiQual

TASYL

Transition to adult services research

TASYL: Transition to adult services research

Healthcare Passport Study

Overcoming Communication Difficulties

Finding out how useful a patient-held record can be to young people aged 16 - 24 years old with a life-limiting condition

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