Caring for People with Complex Needs

We carry out person-centred research with specific population groups and with people who have complex needs resulting from cancer and diabetes.


The Caring for People with Complex Needs research centre reflects the changing nature of health and social care provision and the challenges faced by individuals with complex needs, their families and the staff who care for them.  We carry out person-centred research with specific population groups (older people, individuals with intellectual disabilities, palliative care recipients) and with people who have complex needs resulting from cancer and diabetes.


Paul Henry

Academic Excellence Executive Assistant

School of Nursing


In this section

Research Themes

Find out more about our research themes, collaborations and outputs.

People

People involved in our research.

SuSSD

An evidence-based overview of assessment, intervention and intensity for children with phonological impairment (Hegarty, Titterington, McLeod and Taggart, 2018)

Publications

Browse our research publications.