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Research project

Supporting self-management of multimorbidity during cancer recovery in old age: development and feasibility of an intervention

Project overview

This qualitative synthesis and feasibility study developed and piloted a prototype intervention (the "CHAT&PLAN") to support older people's self-management of multimorbidity during cancer recovery.

Staff

Lead researcher

Professor Jackie Bridges PhD MSN BN(Hons) PGCert RN

Prof of Older People's Care

Research interests

  • Older people’s care and support
  • Professional work and workforce development
  • Organisational behaviour
Other researchers

Professor Alison Richardson PhD, MSc, BN, PGDipEd, RN

Prof in Cancer Nursing/End of Life Care

Dr Amanda Cummings

Senior Research Assistant

Professor Lynn Calman PhD, MPH, MRes, BSc (Hons), RN, FHEA

Professor

Research interests

  • For nearly 20 years Lynn’s research has focused on understanding and responding to the needs of people living with and beyond cancer. She had led and collaborated on major research programmes in cancer survivorship/psychosocial oncology leading to widely published, practice changing findings that have underpinned the development of services to improve the outcomes of cancer patients.

Professor Claire Foster

Professor of Psychosocial Oncology

Research outputs

Teresa Corbett,
Kellyn Lee,
Naomi Farrington,
Lucy Lewis,
Alexandra Young,
, 2022 , Supportive Care in Cancer , 30 (6) , 4823--4833
Type: article
Teresa Corbett,
Kellyn Lee,
Vicky Fenerty,
Naomi Farrington,
Lucy Lewis,
Alexandra Young,
Hilary Boddington,
Theresa Wiseman,
, 2020 , PLoS ONE , 15 (10 October 2020)
Type: article
Teresa Corbett,
Naomi Farrington,
Vicky Fenerty,
Theresa Wiseman,
, 2020 , Psycho-Oncology , 29 (10) , 1452--1463
Type: review
Teresa Corbett,
, 2019 , Current Opinion in Supportive & Palliative Care , 13 (3) , 220--224
Type: article
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