Research project: What are the neurodevelopmental, behaviour and feeding issues in children and young people with Silver-Russell syndrome?

Researchers at Aston University are working with Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital to better understand the needs of children and young people with Silver-Russell syndrome.

 

The research team are inviting parents/carers of children aged 3-16 years with a diagnosis of Silver-Russell syndrome (SRS) to take part in a questionnaire study about neurodevelopmental, behavioural, and feeding characteristics of SRS.

 
 This study will help to better understand the specific needs of children with SRS, so that children and families can be better supported. All families that take part will receive a £10 voucher as a thank you for their time.

 

 

How can families become involved?


If you would like to take part in the study, please express an interest by:

• Emailing: Courtney Greenhill (Research Assistant) – [email protected]
• Telephoning and leaving a message: (+0044) 0121 204 4307
 
You can then either request that more information is sent to you by post, or you can be given a link to a study where you can read more about the study and complete it online.
 
Registering an interest does not commit you to taking part. You will have a chance to make your decision about getting involved once you have read the information sheets. 
 

Who are the researchers working on this project? 

  
This research is being led by Prof Jackie Blissett at Aston University. Members of the research team at Aston University, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital and the University of Birmingham are shown below!
Thank you very much for your interest in our work!

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