Understanding experiences of informal caregivers and care recipients
What is the study?
ENTWINE is an exciting new international project being run by a group of young researchers that focuses on informal care-giving. Informal care-givers are those who provide care to a relative or friend with a chronic illness, disability or other long-lasting health or care need.
The aim of this study is to investigate the challenges in informal care-giving. You can find out more about this study here: www.entwine-icohort.eu
Who is organising it?
Mikołaj Zarzycki and his research colleagues working as part of a European training network called ENTWINE.
What are the criteria for taking part?
If you are 18 years of age or over and you provide or receive informal care as a result of a chronic illness, disability, or any other long-lasting health or care need, then you may be eligible.