Snaking and laddering our way through PPI/E

Recently I was fortunate enough to secure an NIHR Pre-doctoral fellowship, and after a few years dipping my toes in the clinical academic world I suddenly found myself full-time in research. Knowing that my project, common child health and wellbeing outcomes across diagnostic groups, really needed input from children, young people and families, I was … Continue reading Snaking and laddering our way through PPI/E

EMPoWER: young people’s take on early powered mobility

EMPoWER - Early Mobility and Powered Wheelchair Evidence Review - was a research project to investigate whether providing powered mobility for very young children (under 5 year olds) provides more benefits than waiting until after children are 5 years or older. From the beginning, we wanted children and young people to influence the project. So we teamed up with … Continue reading EMPoWER: young people’s take on early powered mobility