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Participants needed: disabled people's experiences of using medical emergency services...

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Rupy
Rupy Community member Posts: 1 Listener
I'm a Health Psychologist in Training at Liverpool John Moores University. As a disabled person myself, I'm passionate about social justice and disability equality. This is what my main areas of research are on.

I currently exploring how physically disabled adult wheelchair users perceive the treatment they receive in a medical emergency. Furthermore, the research aims to explore the experiences of physically disabled adult wheelchair users who cannot self-transfer out of their wheelchairs: that is that they cannot bear weight through their legs and need assistance to get out of their wheelchairs on to other equipment, such as a bed or a toilet.

This is a really important cause and I'd be grateful if you could take part or spread this message.

If you’re interested, please email j.kaur@2013.ljmu.ac.uk for more info.

Thanks,

Rupy
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