Research into the quality of healthcare after brain injury

What do you think about the healthcare you’ve had and how it could be better? Would you like to join a focus group discussion about health services for young people?
Healthcare Research

What is a focus group?

A focus group is a group discussion. They’d like up to six young people living with a brain injury to join the discussion about health services for young people. The discussion would be very informal and last about one and a half hours. Refreshments will be provided. Those who take part will receive a shopping voucher to say thank you for their time, and their travel expenses.

Who should come along?

They’d like to hear from young people aged 14-18 from the Brain Injury Hub or The Children’s Trust who are interested in taking part.

Who we are?

The research is being carried out by Suman Prinjha, a researcher at the University of Oxford. You can contact Suman if you’re interested in taking part and she will can send you some more information. Telephone 07774 629 231 or e-mail suman.prinjha@phc.ox.ac.uk
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