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Self-Management VOICED: outcomes that matter

Self-Management VOICED (Valued Outcomes of Importance: ConsEnsus and Disparity) 

SMVOICED is a two year Health Foundation funded project, which started in November 2013.

The project is led by a team of researchers from the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Southampton,  along with colleagues from St George's University of London and the University of Leeds.

The aim of SMVOICED is to identify which outcomes of self-management are considered important by patients, their family and friends, health professionals and commissioners of services (stakeholders).

To achieve this SMVOICED have chosen diabetes, bowel cancer and stroke to act as exemplar conditions.

Our Research

The project is split into three distinct phases. Find out more about each phase.

Take Part

We are recruiting for our national survey. Find out if you are eligible to take part. We welcome a range of views, so please contact us.

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