The Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre welcomes visits from other researchers, for a stay of a few weeks to several months. We welcome enquiries from researchers interested in contributing to our innovative research in palliative care.
A research visit to our Centre is a great opportunity to join our supportive, collaborative research group. You will be welcomed to exchange ideas, challenge ways of thinking and generate new knowledge in palliative care – and ultimately translate and implement our research to improve palliative care services for patients and their families.
If you are interested in visiting us, please contact us at WolfsonPallCare@hyms.ac.uk
Where is the Centre?
The Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre is based in the Allam Medical Building on the University of Hull campus.
Opened by Her Majesty The Queen in 2017, the building provides an aspirational teaching, learning and collaborative research environment across disciplines, a research methodological hub and a clinical trials unit.
Previous visitors include:
- Dr Carlo Barbetta, Pordenone, Italy
- Dr Eleanora Coppo, Turin, Italy
- Dr Farina Hodiamont, Munich, Germany
- Dr Cindy Verberkt, Maastricht, The Netherlands
- Dr Anna Winthereik, Aarhus, Denmark
- Dr Natasha Smallwood, Melbourne, Australia
- Professor Jane Phillips, Sydney, Australia
- Professor Claudia Bausewein, Munich, Germany
- Dr Anita Khotari, London, Ontario, Canada
- Lucy Kernick, Melbourne, Australia
Luckett T, Phillips J, Johnson MJ, Garcia M, Bhattarai P, V Carrieri-Kohlman, A Hutchinson, Disler R,Currow D, Agar M, S Ivynian,Chye R, Newton P, Davidson PM. Insights from people with respiratory disease living in the community with experience of an Emergency Department ‘near miss’ for breathlessness: a strengths-based, qualitative study. BMJ Open 2017;7:e017536. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-017536
Tim Luckett, Rebecca Disler, Annmarie Hosie, Miriam Johnson, Patricia Davidson, David Currow, Anthony Sumah, and Jane Phillips. Content and quality of websites supporting self-management of chronic breathlessness in advanced illness: a systematic review. npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine 2016, 26: 16025. Doi: 10.1038/npjpcrm.2016.25
Johnson MJ, Booth S, Currow DC, Lam L, Phillips J. A mixed-methods, randomized controlled, feasibility trial to inform the design of a phase 3 trial to test the effect of the hand-held fan on physical activity and carer anxiety in patients with refractory breathlessness. JPSM 2016 51: 807-815
Phillips J, Johnson MJ, Currow DC. Heart failure and palliative care: are we there yet? Cardiology Today 2015; 5(1): 13-16
Disler RT, Currow DC, Phillips JL, Smith T, Johnson MJ, Davidson PM. Interventions to support a palliative care approach in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: an integrative review. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2012; 49(11); 1443-1458
Cindy A. Verberkt, Marieke H.J. van den Beuken-van Everdingen, Jos M.G.A. Schols, Sushma Datla, Carmen D. Dirksen, Miriam J. Johnson, Sander M.J. van Kuijk, Emiel F.M. Wouters, Daisy J.A. Janssen. Respiratory adverse effects of opioids for breathlessness: a systematic review and meta-analysis. European Respiratory Journal 2017 50: 1701153; DOI: 10.1183/13993003.01153-2017
Kernick, L. A., Hogg, K. J., Millerick, Y., M Murtagh, F. E., Djahit, A., & Johnson, M. (2018). Does advance care planning in addition to usual care reduce hospitalisation for patients with advanced heart failure: A systematic review and narrative synthesis. Palliative Medicine, 32(10), 1539–1551. DOI: 10.1177/0269216318801162
Carlo Barbetta, David C. Currow & Miriam J. Johnson (2017) Non-opioid medications for the relief of chronic breathlessness: current evidence, Expert Review of Respiratory Medicine, 11:4, 333-341, DOI: 10.1080/17476348.2017.1305896