Bjornstad G, Wilkinson K, Cuffe-Fuller B, Fitzpatrick K, Borek A, Ukoumunne OC, Hawton A, Tarrant M, Berry V, Lloyd J, et al (2019). Healthy Parent Carers peer-led group-based health promotion intervention for parent carers of disabled children: protocol for a feasibility study using a parallel group randomised controlled trial design. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 5(1).
Borek A, McDonald B, Fredlund M, Bjornstad GJ, Logan GS, Morris C (2018). Healthy Parent Carers programme: development and feasibility of a novel group-based health-promotion intervention. BMC Public Health, 18, 270-270.
This project evolved from PenCRU’s research into peer support for parent carers:
Shilling, V., Bailey, S., Logan, S. and Morris, C. (2015), Peer support for parents of disabled children part 2: how organizational and process factors influenced shared experience in a one-to-one service, a qualitative study. Child: Care, Health and Development, 41(4): 537–546
Shilling, V., Bailey, S., Logan, S. and Morris, C. (2015), Peer support for parents of disabled children part 1: perceived outcomes of a one-to-one service, a qualitative study. Child: Care, Health and Development, 41(4): 524–536
Shilling V, Morris C, Thompson-Coon J, Ukoumunne O, Rogers M, Logan S. (2013) Peer support for parents of children with chronic disabling conditions: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative studies. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 55: 602–609.
Shilling, V., Morris, C., Hawton, A., Bailey, S., Logan, S. (2015). What are the benefits and costs of providing peer support to parents of disabled children? Final Report: PenCLAHRC, University of Exeter Medical School.
We have also produced plain language summaries for each paper.