B4340 - Children of the 90s Coping strategies Study Asthma and diabetes sub-studies - 14/07/2023

B number: 
Principal applicant name: 
Jean Golding | University of Bristol (United Kingdom)
Prof Carol Joinson, Mrs Yasmin Iles-Caven, Prof Kate Northstone, Prof Crystal Park, Dr Lucy Beasant
Title of project: 
Children of the 90s Coping strategies Study (Asthma and diabetes sub-studies)
Proposal summary: 

Children of the 90s aims to discover as much as possible about our health. People cope in many different ways with ill health,
especially long-term or chronic illnesses. By interviewing 120 Children of the 90s participants with either long Covid, diabetes or asthma, we hope to gain important insights into the most effective ways of managing chronic conditions.

Impact of research: 
The interviews proposed in this study are part of a much larger study investigating a number of major research questions concerning beliefs and behaviours, including religiosity and spirituality and their relationship with health and well-being (see Https://ahrp.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/) Findings from the Beliefs, Behaviours & Health Research Programme (RSBB) will be used to inform the academic community and the public of any advantages (or disadvantages) of religious/spiritual beliefs and behaviours to health.
Date proposal received: 
Monday, 5 June, 2023
Date proposal approved: 
Tuesday, 6 June, 2023
Mental health - Psychology, Psychiatry, Cognition, Diabetes, Respiratory - asthma, Qualitative study, Asthma, diabetes, coping, beliefs, behaviours