We are building a stronger voice for people with chronic illness through participatory research. Click the button to find out how you can get involved in the project:

See our blog post series for some of the themes we’ll be exploring:

Chronic Illness Inclusion Project
From “sick” to “disabled”
by Catherine Hale
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Chronic Illness Inclusion Project
Accessing Support: A system geared
toward physical impairments
by Sarah Campbell
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Chronic Illness Inclusion Project
Social Exclusion series 1: Education
by Geoff Jones
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Chronic Illness Inclusion Project
What Next? Chronic Illness and Graduation
by Rebecca Boot
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Chronic Illness and Confidence
by Marion Michell
by Marion Michell
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Spoonie Utopia: an inclusion thought experiment
by Jenny Lyus
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Chronic Illness and Confidence

by Marion Michell You can listen to an audio-recording of Marion’s essay on Soundcloud. Lately the phrase you’re just not good enough has plagued me greatly. My art, my writing; my sleep, my rising; my ability to connect, converse, consider; my quests for energy and cure; upswing of any sort – everything seems veined with lack. M.E.… Read more Chronic Illness and Confidence

Chronic illness and social exclusion series 1: EDUCATION

Geoff Jones recalls his experiences of education as a child with severe chronic illness Access to education is often overlooked when considering chronic illness and social exclusion. Education is particularly relevant if those affected become ill during childhood. In today’s Britain, where a university education has arguably become the norm, those becoming chronically ill during… Read more Chronic illness and social exclusion series 1: EDUCATION