Research Projects

Northern Ireland Hospice is fully committed to fostering, encouraging and supporting a quality research culture internally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

Below are details of recent research projects:

March 2018 - "Establishing the prevalence and incidence of deep venous thrombosis of the leg in patients admitted to a specialist palliative care unit"

February 2018 - "Children’s Palliative Care ECHO Network: interim evaluation."

June 2017 - "Exploring the views of all-Ireland community nurses caring for children with palliative and complex care needs availing of palliative and complex care services in Donegal and NI."

May 2017 - "Understanding resilience in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Carers: An emotional intelligence perspective."

April 2017 - "Managing medications at home in patients with advanced cancer."

February 2017 -  “As an innovative medical education business model, can Project ECHO create and sustain value”.

January 2017 -  "An Evaluation of a Partnership Model of Hospice Enabled Dementia Care: A four phased study".

October 2016 -  “Determining the informational needs of family caregivers of people with learning disabilities who require palliative care: A qualitative study”.

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