Tagged with: Research

  • Research Summary: Visible Difference and Equality Law

    14 Oct 2019

    Earlier this year, researcher Hannah Saunders interviewed a number of adults with a visible difference about their experiences in the workplace to learn more about if law does enough to promote the equality of people with a visible difference. Here, she presents a summary of her findings.

  • CLAPA Presents at European Cleft Conference in Utrecht

    13 Aug 2019

    Adult Services Coordinator Kenny Ardouin reports back on his time in Utrecht talking about CLAPA's Adult Services Project and learning from others who'd travelled from all around the world.

  • The Psychosocial Impact of Cleft on Grandparents

    3 Jun 2019

    The aim of this study was to explore the experiences and potential support needs of grandparents of children born with CL/P to inform future service provision.

  • Research Advert (Yorkshire and the Humber): Exploring young adults’ experiences of growing up with a facial difference

    8 Apr 2019

    Are you a young person aged between 18 –25? Do you identify as having a facial difference? Do you have a story to tell about your experiences of growing up? This could be the research project for you.

  • A Day at the Cleft Collective

    4 Apr 2019

    On Saturday 23rd March, The Cleft Collective welcomed CLAPA’s Cleft Collective Patient Consultation Group to Bristol for a day of presentations and discussions around the next phase of this exciting initiative.

  • [CLOSED] PARTICIPANTS WANTED: Have your say on workplace equality

    31 Jan 2019

    Heather Saunders, FHEA, is looking to speak to people born with a cleft about your experiences (possitive or negative) in the workplace. You don’t need to know anything about the law to take part, though taking part can help investigate whether the current law goes far enough to promote equality for people with a visible difference. You don’t need to know anything about the law to take part, though taking part can help investigate whether the current law goes far enough to promote equality for people with a visible difference.

  • Non-Discrimination and Visible Difference: Participants Wanted

    6 Dec 2018

    Hannah Saunders, a researcher from Durham University, is running a study around visible difference in the workplace. Would you like to be involved?

  • Looks and Life: Join UWE’s latest appearance study

    26 Oct 2018

    Researchers from the Centre for Appearance Research at UWE Bristol are running an online research survey for UK-based adults (18+) concerned with how much looks affect the way people live. This will help develop psychological support for people with appearance-affecting conditions. Would you like to take part?

  • 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.