Research on Living with Multiple Long Term Conditions in Middlesbrough
Do you live with multiple health conditions or care for someone living with multiple health conditions? Do you want to improve care for people living with multiple health conditions? Do you have experiences of health inequalities to share? If so, the Revealing Realities would like to hear from you! See below for more detail on their patient research project and how you can participate.
The research aims
This study is for the Richmond Group of Charities, and it aims to better understand the experiences of people living with two or more long term health conditions (physical or mental). 'We want to understand how to improve support to people in ways that begin to tackle what is affecting their health and wellbeing.'
What and when
- If you’re interested, they’ll give you a quick introductory call to tell you more about the project and learn a bit about you
- They’ll then invite some people through to interviews – to whom they will pay people £50 as a thank you for their time
- The interview will be done by video chat – or phone if you prefer.
- It will last two hours – but can be done in two 1h sections if preffered.
- They need to hear from you as soon as possible but no later than the 26th of April to be able to interview you in time.
- Everything talked about is anonymous and confidential.
Please note that there are a limited number of places available for the interviews.
Please contact Revealing Reality (who are conducting the research) if you’re interested: Call us on 02077358040 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Revealing Reality is a strategic research and innovation agency focused on helping our clients deliver change
Revealing Reality is a strategic research and innovation agency focused on helping our clients deliver change.
Background to the Richmond Group and this taskforce
The Taskforce on Multiple Conditions is a partnership between the Richmond Group of Charities and Guys and St Thomas’ Charity, supported by the Royal College of General Practitioners. Their overarching aim is for people with multiple long-term health problems to live as well as possible for as long as possible, because the development of multiple long-term conditions is delayed or prevented.
"We look forward to hearing from you."