We have carried out a number of research projects to make sure that we are delivering the very best quality palliative care and support to children, young people and their families.
To read our research documents just click the links below:
- The symptom profile and experience of children with rare life-limiting conditions: Perspectives of their families and key health professionals
- An Evaluation of the Rachel House at Home Service for Children’s Hospice Association Scotland
- CHAS Research Priorities An Assessment to Identify the Future Research Priorities for Children’s Hospice Association Scotland. University of Stirling Cancer Care Research Centre. September 2007
CHAS is committed to the development of research in paediatric palliative care. The CHAS Plan states that CHAS “will demonstrate a commitment to evidence based practice in children and young people’s palliative care across the UK through a structured programme of learning, research and development”.
As a research active organisation, CHAS receives many requests from undergraduate and post-graduate students, academics and statutory and voluntary organisations to be part of or partner with them in research projects.
If you are considering making a request of this kind the guidance document below has been prepared to assist you in this process.
If you need more information please contact Colin Boxer on 0131 444 1900 or email email@example.com
Children we help
The Boyd Family
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