Family Resilience Research Project
The Family Resilience Research Project explores how a parental cancer diagnosis affects family functioning over the course of a year. The primary aim is to identify what characteristics, attitudes, and behaviours help families to maintain or restore healthy family functioning and individual mental health outcomes during this time.
The results of this research will help us to understand the characteristics of families that may require extra support in the future and determine what support will help families in this position.
Our team is analysing the data collected for this study and the results will be shared on the website as soon as they are available.