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‘What I would like to say’ findings: Cancer care for everyone.

Tansley, R., Corbin-Clarke, S., Munday, K., Jupp, K., Durrant, A. and Hughes, M., 2024. ‘What I would like to say’ findings: Cancer care for everyone. Journal of community nursing, 38, 46-50.

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As part of the ‘Whatever It Takes — Cancer Care for Everyone’ programme (Wessex Cancer Alliance [WCA], 2023), the ‘What I would like to say...’ project involved two disabled researchers carrying out creative and engaging workshops and interviews with 45 disabled and neurodivergent people, with the support of Bournemouth University’s Public Involvement in Education and Research [PIER] team. These individuals were from various community groups in the Wessex region, including Autism Hampshire’s Fareham Serendipity group; the Dorset Blind Association [DBA]; the Multiple Sclerosis [MS] Centre Dorset; the Royal National Institute of Blind People [RNIB]; and the Bournemouth and Poole Lymphoedema and Lipoedema Support attendees, which were facilitated by the PIER community researcher model, and which have already begun to impact practice. It is hoped that the outcomes of this project will contribute to improving disabled people’s experiences of accessing cancer services.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Cancer care; Community research; coproduction; Disabled and chronically ill; Neurodivergent
Group:Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
ID Code:39503
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:21 Mar 2024 12:39
Last Modified:21 Mar 2024 12:39


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