You are invited to participate in a research study on the experiences of individuals within families where 2 or more members have a life-limiting or chronic illness.

The study is being conducted by Diane Cass from the School of Humanities and Social Science at the Charles Sturt University.

Diane is an active mito community member and leads training for our Peer Support Network mentors.

Diane Cass
Reason for study

There are many families in Australia where there are 2 or more family members who have a chronic or life-limiting illness. Individuals within these families often struggle to manage the multiple issues of trying to cope with their illness as well as that of a loved family member.

This research seeks to explore the experiences of these individuals, and to fully understand how specific resources and information could better support their situations.

 

How to learn more or register interest

If you would like to learn more, check your eligibility, or register to participate, please contact the lead researcher, Diane at dcass@csu.edu.au.

 

Ethics

Ethics for this research study has been approved by Charles Sturt University Human Research Ethics Committee – Protocol Number H23689 A copy of confirmation of approval is available on request.