“The Last Outing: Exploring end of life experiences and care needs in the lives of older LGBT people”
“The Last Outing: Exploring end of life experiences and care needs in the lives of older LGBT people” has been funded by Marie Curie Cancer Care Research Programme, and is led by Dr Kathryn Almack at the University of Nottingham.
The project is funded under a call for research to explore ‘variations in end of life care’. While ‘end of life care’ is often understood to be about care delivered to people in the last year of life, the project encompasses later life experiences and thinking about mortality – issues that may become more relevant as people age.
The study is running for two years (Sept 2012 to Aug 2014) and is capturing people’s experiences in several ways:
- A UK-wide survey (closing date Jan 2014)
- In-depth interviews with a sub-sample of the survey respondents (up to 60 people)
- Focus Groups with eligible* participants
If you are: *Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Trans aged 60 or over OR are under 60 but have an L,G,B, or T partner aged 60 or over AND you currently living in the UK:
Please consider attending a FOCUS GROUP:
Venue: The Rainbow Project, 9-13 Waring Street, Belfast, BT1 2DX
Date: Monday 9 December
For more information please contact The Rainbow Project on 028 9031 9030 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the project, please visit: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/nmpresearch/lastouting
OR email us: email@example.com
OR write to us:
Sue Ryder Care Centre for the Study of Supportive,
Palliative and End of Life Care
School of Health Sciences
Queen’s Medical Centre
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2HA.
OR Telephone: 0115 82 30485