Research is vital in the quest to stop these devastating illnesses affecting more lives. To so many of us, research is important because it’s about change.
We believe that research will save lives and ensure people make the best recovery they can. Currently around 8% of people will die as a result of Guillain-Barré syndrome – with your help we hope to change this.
Please consider a leaving a gift in your will or making a donation to help fund valuable research into these illnesses.
Systematic review of experiences of people with Guillain-Barré syndrome published in PLOS One
The study was funded by the GAIN charity and led by Prof Niro Siriwardena, with a team inlcuding Despina Laparidou and Dr Joseph Akanuwe from CaHRU, Dr Ffion Curtis from Lincoln International Institue for Rural Health, Dr Jennifer Jackson (Lincoln International Business School) and Professor Tim Hodgson (School of Pyschology). Click here to read.
Manchester University Post GBS survey – ENDED
Thank you for taking part in this is a GAIN funded project. We will publish the results as soon as they are available
Experiences of People following Guillain-Barré Syndrome and Associated Neuropathies: questionnaire survey – ENDED
Neurological Alliance Patient experience survey 2018/2019 – ENDED
The Neurological Alliance Patient experience survey 2018/2019 has come to an end. Click on the link to see the Neurological Alliance’s findings: