CYHU endeavour to raise awareness of NF2 so that the public can gain a better understanding about how the condition may effect people’s lives. We have spent considerable time and effort producing publications to achieve this and to help people with NF2 to feel less alone.
All of our literature can be purchased from the CYHU online shop.
We also share publications produced by other people living with NF2. Below are some featured articles.
LIVING WITH NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 2 – LITERATURE REVIEW
As part of her nursing studies at the University of West Scotland, high-flying student and NF2 patient, Nicole Joyce, has published a literature review. The review identifies themes from current research taken place on living with Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2).
She says: “Due to the rare nature of this condition, it is important to raise awareness to ensure that when nursing staff do come across NF2, they have sufficient information and knowledge to administer effective care and promote independence in patients suffering this condition.”
You can now view Nicole’s study by clicking the link below.
THE IMPACTS OF HEARING LOSS EXPERIENCED IN NF2
Fred Suter has completed his investigative dissertation for university where he looks at the effects of acquired hearing loss.
For this he sent a Questionnaire to mostly NF2 affected individuals who have lost their hearing and asked them how this influenced them in terms of attitudes, linguistic challenges, psychological and identity issues and lastly how they cope.
Let’s stick together! Full list of documents: