Current Project

Snowden Research is leading work funded by NHS Education of Scotland (NES) to provide evidence for the impact of spiritual care delivered via Community Chaplaincy Listening (CCL) interventions. This is a Scotland wide study involving 11 health boards. The tool being used in this study is a Snowden Reasearch developed Patient Reported Outcome Measure (PROM). The PROM is a self reported questionnaire which assesses the quality of life or perceived health status of the respondent. PROMs are regularly and increasingly used as the main measure of clinical effectiveness following a diverse range of interventions.

Previous Projects

Snowden Research developed a PROM for measuring the impact of chaplaincy services in the Acute sector of NHS Lothian. This was a successful project which was used as a pilot for our current study.

Please read our final report here:

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In partnership with Mowat Research Ltd we provided research support for LifeBook, a business designed to allow people to transcribe and publish their life stories.

Snowden Research also undertook a literature review for Fire.Cloud

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