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NIHR Faculty World Issue 6

NIHR Faculty World Issue 6 – Allied Health Professions in the NIHR NIHR have recently published their latest e-Newsletter, Faculty World, focussing on Allied Health Professionals working in the NIHR. You view it online here.  Share this articleTwitter

Categories: Job vacancies, News

Administrator / PA Job Vacancy

We are looking for an Administrator/PA to provide comprehensive administrative and secretarial support to the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) East Core Team including the Director, Deputy Directors, Manager and Senior Programme Support Officers based at Douglas House, Trumpington […]

How to represent complex healthcare systems?

Title: Co-Design of an Integrated Diagrammatic Systems Modelling Language (iDSML) to Facilitate Effective communication and problem solving in Healthcare Systems. (The ‘DIAGRAMS’ study). Aim: The aim of this research was to design an integrated diagrammatic systems modelling language for describing healthcare systems. This was to facilitate communication and problem-solving in […]

Making safeguarding personal

Project Title Delivering person-centred outcomes in an Adult Safeguarding Service: a route towards best practice and compliance with section 14.14 of the Care Act 2014 Type of Research Mixed methods, to inform the development of policy and procedures in Adult Safeguarding Background Following a previously successful collaboration between members of […]

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Health Research Authority Update

New HRA Approval Process HRA Approval is the new approval that will be required for research to commence in the NHS in England. It is a new process that comprises a review by a Research Ethics Committee (where applicable) as well as an assessment of regulatory compliance and related matters undertaken […]

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Transition from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

Project title: Transition from Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS): users and leavers co-produce a transition preparation programme  Background: Consensus is growing that a rigid, age-based cut-off for leaving Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is not in the best interests of young people (YP). The Care Act […]

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DELPHI STUDY: Designing a community based service model to promote mental health and well-being

Project title Designing a community based service model to promote mental health and well-being of children in the East of England. Design Three round adapted DELPHI study. Background Poor mental health amongst children and young people has sparked a national conversation about the best ways to prevent mental health difficulties […]

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