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Presentations from our Connecting with Research Event

Following our Connecting with Research Event on Tuesday 21st June please see links to the presentations given from each speaker below. Also see attached pictures from both the main hall event and some from the Market Place to enjoy. We will soon also be adding the posters from the event onto our […]

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NIHR Signal: Research shows education and support for GPs helps in early intervention of Psyhosis

The NIHR Dissemination Centre has written a summary of key research in the early intervention of psychotic disorders  The Liaison with Education and General Practices (LEGS) trial, part of an NIHR funded research programme, has found that a tailored education session doubled the early identification and referral of people with, […]

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“Building A Research Career: A Guide for Aspiring Clinical Academics and their Managers” from the NIHR

The NIHR have published a guide on Clinical Academic Careers  The guide “Building A Research Career: A Guide for Aspiring Clinical Academics and their Managers”, has been designed to assist both aspiring clinical academics (excluding doctors and dentists) and their managers to make the most of the opportunities that exist through Health […]

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NIHR Research Design Service East of England Bulletin – February 2016

The NIHR Research Design Service East of England (RDS EoE) have released the latest version of their eBulletin The bulletin outlines the latest news, events and communications from the RDS and National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). This February 2016 edition includes: Courses and workshops from the RDS EoE for bid development and […]

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HEE/NIHR Funded MSc in Clinical Research at UEA, Norwich

The School of Health Sciences, at the University of East Anglia (UEA) would like to invite applicants for its HEE/NIHR funded MSc in Clinical Research. The MSc in Clinical Research NIHR is a first step on the HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Pathway for non-medical healthcare professions. This pathway aims to develop clinical […]

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Abstract call now open – HSRUK Symposium, July 2016

The HSRUK are inviting submissions to their Annual Symposium, July 2016 for individual abstracts (presentations and/or posters), and sessions. Closing date 19 February CALL FOR ABSTRACTS (presentation/poster) HSRUK welcome abstracts on all aspects of health services and policy research.  Suggested themes include but are not confined to: Patient experience Workforce Organisations Methods Commissioning Access […]

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NIHR Dissemination Centre: a key source of health research evidence

The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) has set-up a new Dissemination Centre to make health research evidence easier to reach for those who need it.  It provides clear, relevant and useful information about the latest research for people working in health and social care, as well as patients. Hundreds of the […]

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The Health Foundation: Behavioural Insights Research Programme

The Health Foundation are pleased to announce their new research funding opportunity. The Health Foundation‘s new Behavioural Insights Research Programme aims to support research over a two to three year time-frame that designs, tests and evaluates behavioural interventions that can improve efficiency and reduce waste in health care services in the […]

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Clinically effective and saves money – high-intensity liaison intervention for people at risk of psychosis

An NIHR funded study, recently published in the The Lancet Psychiatry, assessed if increased liaison between primary and secondary care improves the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of detection of people with, or at high risk of developing, a first psychotic illness. The Liaison and Education in General Practices (LEGs) study, led by Principal […]

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Getting “animated” about a clinical academic career

Getting “animated” about a clinical academic career Healthcare professionals are being encouraged to develop a clinical academic career through a new animation developed by Health Education England (HEE) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). The eye catching animation describes the opportunities on offer to all professions as part […]