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  • Research: Eating after Surgery

    10 Oct 2018

    A young fundraiser born with a cleft lip and palate is conducting a personal research project about the experiences of people born with a cleft and their parents with eating after cleft surgeries.

  • 3D Photography for Cleft: Participants Wanted

    14 Aug 2018

    A group of researchers and healthcare profressionals are putting together a new information leaflet about 3D Photography for cleft patients.

  • Oxford Spires Outcomes Study: Patients Wanted

    25 Jul 2018

    Spires Cleft Centre in Oxford are looking for young people and adults born with a cleft to help them design a new, simpler way to measure how cleft patients feel about the outcomes of their treatment.

  • Would you like to take part in the latest research?

    18 Jul 2018

    The Centre for Appearance Research (CAR) are looking for people to help with their research.

  • Survey for 10-25 Year Olds Without a Cleft

    1 Jun 2018

    Get your family and friends involved with cleft research by passing on this 10 minute questionnaire for 10-25 year olds.

  • Calling All Year 6s!

    29 Mar 2018

    Be part of a short research project about the first few months of secondary school for children with a visible difference like a cleft lip. Add your voice and make a difference!

  • Survey: 16-18 year olds born with a cleft

    21 Mar 2018

    Matthew Ridley is a PhD Researcher at the Centre for Appearance Research (CAR). He wants his research to help young people born with a cleft to grow up healthy and happy with all the support they need – but to do that, he needs to find out what kind of support works best.

  • Have Your Say: The CET Project

    17 Jan 2018

    Emma Southby, an experienced Cleft Nurse Specialist and a previous CLAPA Trustee,  is looking for interviewees for an exciting new venture to create new educational resources for health professionals across Europe.

  • SLUMBERS – A Sleep Study

    20 Dec 2017

    The Side Lying and Upper airway Maintenance in Babies Requiring Surgery for cleft palate, or SLUMBERS study, is a feasibility study that CLAPA has coordinated with frequently during the research process.  The purpose of the study was to address the fact that general NHS guidelines for how babies can be put to bed to sleep most safely may not be the safest guidelines to follow for babies with a cleft lip and/or palate.

  • Joining the Cleft & Craniofacial Conditions Clinical Studies Group

    18 Dec 2017

    Would you like to influence research into treatment for children with cleft and craniofacial conditions in the UK? The Cleft & Craniofacial Conditions Clinical Studies Group is currently looking for Adult patient/Parent/Carer members.