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Exploring parents’ experiences and support needs when caring for young people with complex and serious physical or mental healthcare needs

(Ethics reference number: DPAP – 2023 – 3033- 4)

What is the study about?
Researchers at the University of Nottingham want to explore the experiences of caring for a child with complex mental health problems including self-harm behaviours. We aim to develop recommendations for carer support based on learnings from parent experiences of caring for a child with serious and life-threatening physical illness or complex mental health problems.

Who is eligible?
Parents who have experience supporting young people with self-harm behaviours.

How can you help?

Join an online group meeting with other parents (90 minutes) OR join a one-to-one interview with the researcher (60 minutes)

When: June/July (dates to be confirmed)

We value your expertise and offer a gift voucher to all those taking part.

If you’re interested in participating, please register your interest through this link: or contact Ern Chi Yeow at [email protected] for more information.

Dr Joanna Lockwood ([email protected])
Prof Elvira Perez Vallejos ([email protected]
Dr Camilla Babbage ([email protected])