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Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation

Project title: Can transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (tVNS) modulation of heart rate variability reduce aggression by adults with developmental or acquired brain injury? A study with people with intellectual (learning) disabilities, autism or acquired brain injury. Type of research: Acceptability and feasibility study using a single case design Background & […]

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Suicide, Autism and Autistic Traits

Project title: Suicide, Autism and Autistic Traits Type of research: Pilot Study Background & Scientific Rationale: Suicide is a devastating consequence of mental illness. There has been little research focused specifically on people with autism who commit suicide. Retrospective research by our group found that the prevalence of lifetime experience […]

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PROMISE PROactive Management of Integrated Services and Environments

PROMISE: PROactive Management of Integrated Services and Environments Co-founders of the Research: Dr Manaan Kar-Ray, Consultant Psychiatrist, and former Clinical Director of adult services at CPFT  Sarah Rae, CPFT Expert-by Experience and CLAHRC EoE PPI Advisor Project Summary: PROMISE’s overall purpose was to reduce the use of restraint (with a […]

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NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship Programme

NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship Programme Round 5 of the NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship is now open Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowships (KMR Fellowships) are designed to support a balance of innovative knowledge mobilisation and research into the processes and impacts of such innovation. Through innovative practice and systematic study […]

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Reflections from Health Services Research UK Conference: Blog by Helena Wythe

Reflections from Health Services Research UK Conference 13 & 14 July 2016, Nottingham Conference Centre. The CLAHRC East of England’s IMPRESS (IMPRESS: Researching the Implementation and evaluation of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in CLAHRC East of England Research.) study benefited from two PPI co-researchers (Penny Vicary and Amander Wellings) and this conference […]

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Rashmi Becker, PHD Researcher in the Department of Psychiatry is recognised for her ‘Outstanding Contribution to Innovation’ at the National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards

Rashmi Becker, PHD Researcher in the Department of Psychiatry is recognised for her ‘Outstanding Contribution to Innovation’ at the National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards Rashmi Becker has been recognised for her Outstanding Contribution to Innovation at National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards which took place at the ICC Birmingham […]

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NIHR ACADEMIC TRAINING ADVOCATES

NIHR Academic Training Advocates What is an NIHR Academic Training Advocate? The NIHR Academic Training Advocates are ambassadors for non-medical clinical research careers. They are a group of senior non-medical clinical academics who are passionate about furthering academic training in their profession. There are currently over 30 successful senior clinical academics in the […]

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CLAHRC BITES

Bite-sized summaries of a piece of CLAHRC research, including the main findings and most important implications for practice: Brokering, Innovation, Through, Evidence   Dementia, Frailty and End of Life Care (DFEOL) BITE 1. Informing the dementia research agenda BITE 3. A systematic review of screening for dementia BITE 16. Changing risk behaviours and promoting […]

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2018 CLAHRC Fellowships now open

Applications for the 2018 Fellowship are now open. Find the application forms and guidance on how to apply here. Find more information on the CLAHRC Fellowship here. The closing date for applications is Friday 11th August 2017. Interviews will take place on Monday 9th October 2017.       Share this articleTwitter