Winter 2021 Update
Although the CoIN Study is coming to an end and so our updates may become less frequent, our team are busy working on analysing the surveys, so watch this space to find out more!
In the meantime, we are wishing everyone happy holidays and all the best for 2022!
In August, we welcomed our newest member of the CoIN Study Team!
Issy is an undergraduate placement student from the University of Bath where she is studying for a BSc in Psychology. She will be working as an honorary research assistant on the CoIN Study, running our social media accounts and website.
Head to our Meet the Team page to read Issy's full bio.
Autumn 2021 Update
Please see below for our Autumn Newsletter.
Read about what we have been up to recently, our findings from the baseline survey, and our plans for the coming months.
In April, we welcomed our newest member of the CoIN Study team! Sarah is a post-doctoral researcher who will be working on analysing and disseminating data collected from the CoIN Study surveys. Sarah has recently submitted her PhD in Psychology at Coventry University and will be defending her thesis next month - good luck Sarah!
Her research has focused on the psychology and neuroscience behind social behaviour, with some interest in the neurochemistry underlying mental health conditions. She has also published work on research methods and pedagogy.
Head to our Meet the Team page to read Sarah's full bio.
Please see below for our preliminary findings.
Thank you to all those who have completed the CoIN Study survey so far! Not had a chance to complete it yet? It’s not too late!
As lockdown eases and schools start back, it is vital that we hear the voice of families of children with rare disorders.
Please see below for our Christmas Newsletter.
Read about what we have been up to and our plans for 2021.
Over 200 parents of children with rare conditions have completed our first survey so far. See the map to see where in the UK our families have participated from.