- Domestic violence and abuse
- Life-limiting illness and end of life decision-making
- Death, dying and bereavement
- Implementation Science
The DALLI (Domestic Abuse and Life-Limiting Illness) study focuses on domestic abuse and the co-existence of life-limiting illness. Working with health and social care professionals, specialist domestic abuse and third sector organisations, and public contributors we are co-producing a toolkit to help and support those working in hospice and palliative care services to detect and respond to disclosures of domestic abuse. DALLI commenced in Januaury 2021 and is funded for 30 months by NIHR ARC Wessex. https://www.arc-wx.nihr.ac.uk/research-areas/healthy-communities/domestic-abuse-and-life-limiting-illness-identifying-and-supporting-adults-at-risk-dalli-study/
The Families and Friends in Bereavement Study has developed an online inervention to support families and friends bereaved during the COVID-19 pandemic. The resource was launched in December 2021 to coincide with National Grief Awareness Week. Further funding tto evaluate the resource was successful and will inform a final interation of the intervention www.familiesinbereavement.org.uk
Implementation Evaluation of Creating Learning Environments for Compassionate Care (CLECC) which aims to identify, characterise and explain sources of variation on implementation processes and outcomes and to better understand the complex mechanisms in implementing an intervention such as CLECC. Funded by NIHR ARC Wessex/NHS England
Development, piloting and evaluation of an Implementation Toolkit to support the successful take up of innovations and changes to practice in the integrated care system (ICS). Funded by NHS England NHS Insights Prioritisation Programme.