Tagged with: Research

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • CRANE Report 2017

    4 Jul 2018

  • What we learned from the Appearance Matters 8 Conference

    26 Jun 2018

    The Appearance Matters 8 Conference took place in June, featuring talks and workshops on everything from body image to dealing with a cleft diagnosis. Here, CLAPA's Adult Services Coordinator reflects on some of the lessons learned.

  • 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.