Palliative and supportive care research is a key work stream within the newly established Wales Cancer Research Centre and is led from the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Centre based in Cardiff.
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The Palliative and Supportive Care work stream is committed to develop and undertake well designed research which will directly improve the care and experience of patients, and their carers, in the advanced stages of their illness.
This workstream will further the development of the palliative and supportive care research portfolio in Wales by focusing on:
Patient/carer rather than disease focused outcomes
Multidisciplinary team research across all care settings
Establishing a repository of existing research evidence
Engaging with clinical teams and policy makers to place findings straight to practice
Dissemination by traditional routes and by using social media
Ongoing development of high quality, sustainable and appropriately evaluated public and patient engagement
Our ambition is to remain at the forefront of research in palliative care.
This years’ winner of the BMA Oncology Book of the Year is “Problem Solving in Patient-Centred and Integrated Cancer Care”. Prof Annmarie Nelson, Scientific Director of the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Centre, and colleagues Dr Jim Fitzgibbon and Kate Cleary of the Wales Cancer Research Centre, were commissioned to write a chapter in the book on patient and public involvement.Read More
The wider network includes individuals working across Wales with an interest in palliative care research.
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PaCERS - We have developed the Palliative Care Evidence Review Service to support professionals and other decision-makers working in palliative care. Its aim is to conduct rapid reviews to answer research questions of current importance to health care professionals and other decision-makers in relation to palliative care, in the shortest possible time.
Please contact PaCERSWCRC@cf.ac.uk for further information