Have you cared for someone who has been in King’s ICU?

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Have you cared for someone who has been in King’s ICU?

Take part in a research project to help King’s College Hospital find out about your experience of caring for someone who was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), and who is now back home.

The hospital would like to get your opinion on a new research project they are designing, aimed at improving support for family carers (family/friends who care for a patient returning home after ICU discharge).

You are invited  to come and chat with the team on Wednesday 8 May at 11am or Friday 17 May at 11am – at the Clinical Research Facility in King’s College Hospital.

These meetings will be relaxed and informal (with refreshments provided) and will last for about one hour. They will present our research idea and are interested in hearing your ideas.

Email sian.saha@nhs.net for more details.

Published 5 May 2019.

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