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Professor Simon Dyson
Undergraduate social sciences and healthcare; postgraduate education and healthcare professionals.
SCOOTEROER25b_School Policy_Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia_V1 (Guide for schools; PDF)
SCOOTEROER25a_School Policy_Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia_V1 (Editable guide for schools; WORD)
SCOOTEROER24a_ESRC_Report (Funding body report on education of young people with sickle cell disease; WORD)
SCOOTEROER24b_ESRC_Report (Funding body report on education of young people with sickle cell disease; PDF)
These open educational resources are perhaps some of our most important. They are the result of a research project funded by the UK Economic & Social Research Council and conducted between De Montfort University, University of York and Loughborough University. The first report provides some essential background information to sickle cell disease, which is a complex condition with symptoms ranging from stroke, silent stroke, chronic pain and acute painful crises.
This research project explored how young people are treated in schools, and as a result, a help guide has been produced which many schools are now using and have adapted to provide support and better care of sickle suffers in their education setting.