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How do different neurodisability services meet the psychosocial support needs of children/young people with feeding disabilities and their families: a national survey and case study approach to mapping and costing service models, care pathways and the child and family experience

Project title: How do different neurodisability services meet the psychosocial support needs of children/young people with feeding disabilities and their families: a national survey and case study approach to mapping and costing service models, care pathways and the child and family experience

Call to action: 14/04 14/04 HS&DR Researcher-led call

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Gillian Craig

Contractor: University of Hertfordshire

Cost: £375,952.00

Co-investigators: Dr Brindha Dhandapani, Dr Celia Harding, Dr Chris Flood, Dr Diane Sellers, Dr Susan Protheroe, Emeritus Professor Joy Townsend, Mrs Bryony Donaldson, Mrs Dawn Moss, Ms Maxime Cole, Professor Christine McCourt, Professor Susan Ayers.

Started: January 2016 | Status: Waiting to publish

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