Research Unwrapped is a podcast series highlighting topics and research from the National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research.
In this episode, Dr May Bianchim, Centre Research Officer & Patient Public Lead based at Bangor University, speaks to Georgina Ferguson-Glover about her involvement and coproduction work on the Champion Project.
The Champion Project, led by the University of Stirling in collaboration with Bangor University and the University of Bath and funded by the NIHR, investigated the experiences and perceptions of children with chronic pain and their families of chronic pain, pain treatments, and services. Co-production was at the heart of the project, with thirty-three stakeholders involved in every research stage, including children, parents, health professionals and the third sector.
“The Chronic Pain Rollercoaster” animation was produced as part of the project with the involvement of young people with chronic pain and their carers/parents and an advisory group of experts and members of the public. Watch the animation here.
The Welsh Government funds the National Centre for Population Health and Wellbeing Research through Health and Care Research Wales.