Families are doing complex healthcare procedures at home (e.g. feeding tubes and ventilation). OxSTaR, in collaboration with Helen and Douglas House, Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust, and the University of Oxford's department for Experimental Psychology, with support from the Health Foundation's Q Exchange funding programme, undertook a project to pilot and spread ways to train parents and carers of children with medical complexity.

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A team of parent representatives, researchers and healthcare professionals from the hospital and community have been involved in creating a series of 19 videos which cover a range of topics including routine care of a gastrostomy button, managing common problems and advice and tips from families.

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Supported by the Children's Hospitals Alliance
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