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Seventh NIHR Infrastructure Doctoral Research Training Camp Developing Your Post-doctoral Career: Attracting Health Research Funding: A blog by Rashmi Becker

Seventh NIHR Infrastructure Doctoral Research Training Camp Developing Your Post-doctoral Career: Attracting Health Research Funding Rashmi Becker, PhD Student. NIHR CLAHRC East of England, Cambridge Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research Group I have just returned from a three-day conference at Ashridge Business School for over one hundred doctoral students from […]

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My introduction to Patient & Public Involvement – PPI in the PROMISE qualitative project: A blog by Lorna Rouse

My introduction to Patient & Public Involvement: a blog by Lorna Rouse First impressions On first hearing about plans for Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in PROMISE, PROMISE (PROactive Management of Integrated Services and Environments) is a CLAHRC affiliated initiative within Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust which aims to provide […]

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A Blog by Dr Jane Still: The provision and effectiveness of clinical supervision for psychiatry trainees in a large mental health trust, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT)

A Blog by Dr Jane Still: The provision and effectiveness of clinical supervision for psychiatry trainees in a large mental health trust, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) All trainees in Psychiatry have an approved clinical supervisor. The aim of my research was to evaluate the effectiveness of clinical supervision […]

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Action Learning Sets: A Blog by Professor Mike Cook

Action Learning Sets: A Blog by Professor Mike Cook Reg Revans , often referred to as the father of action learning, said ‘action learning takes so long to describe because it is so simple’. Action Learning I have been using action-learning sets with a variety of postgraduate students to support […]

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Older care-home residents and the impact of research activity: A blog from the RReACH Seminar

“You must get our opinion because it’s very easy to assume”:  Older care-home residents and the impact of research activity A blog from the RReACH Seminar, 10 February 2016 In February, the CLAHRC-funded study, Residents Research-Active in Care Homes (RReACH), presented its experiences of collaborating with older care-home residents in […]

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Who are the experts? Reflections on public and patient involvement in research: A blog by Harriet Cooper, PhD Student in the PPI Research Theme

Who are the experts?  Reflections on public and patient involvement in research: A blog by Harriet Cooper, PhD Student in the PPI Research Theme Who decides what a programme of rehabilitation should look like, when someone becomes disabled? When a child or young person is diagnosed with an impairment, does […]