You can help direct research into allergic disease

The Kaleidoscope Project is a research priority setting partnership that engages patients, parents/caregivers, clinicians and policy makers to establish research priorities in childhood chronic diseases.

This project is wanting your ideas and suggestions for research!

They want to hear what you think research should focus on. Your involvement can help to drive research towards areas that really matter to children with long-term health conditions, their families, and health professionals.

Try to suggest questions that are relevant to children with different types of chronic conditions. If you can, include some details e.g. the type of treatment/care and what you want to improve or make better. Here are some examples:

  • What is the best psychological treatment (type of treatment/care) for managing anxiety or worry (what you want to improve)?
  • What is the best program (type of treatment/care) can help with doing better at school (what you want to improve)?
  • Can support groups (type of treatment/care) help to improve self-esteem (what you want to improve)?
  • What types of food / diet (type of treatment/care) for improving energy (what you want to improve)?

You can send your suggestions  by clicking on the link below

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