An exploratory research project has been designed to inform the content and development of a prototype e-Supportive care system to support children and young people with undiagnosed complex health care needs and their families. A range of data collection activities with families and professionals have been conducted to ensure the system that is developed is informed by the experiences of potential users. This work is currently ongoing; the presentation will focus on the different recruitment strategies and data collection methods and the importance of co-design in the development of an e-Supportive care system.
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Dr Lisa McCann
School of Health Sciences Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences University of Surrey
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