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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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ESRC Leadership Fellow for mental health research – applications open

The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)* is inviting applications for a Leadership Fellow to provide intellectual leadership and strategic advice in the priority area of mental health. The ESRC research priority in mental health seeks to highlight the vital role social science research can play in addressing the challenges around […]

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Role opportunity: PPI Unmet Needs Development Coordinator, at NIHR Brain Injury HTC

Applications are invited for a Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Unmet Needs Development Officer, at the NIHR Brain Injury Health Technology Cooperative (HTC) The key objective for this role is to design, create and manage a national registry-resource. The registry will help to facilitate external research and internal developments, which includes a feasibility study […]

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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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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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Impact of PPI: Completing the Feedback Cycle – a new CLAHRC EoE study

Impact of PPI: Completing the Feedback Cycle – A new CLAHRC EoE development grant has just started Researchers are required to have PPI in their projects and ask PPI representatives for comments and suggestions at various stages in the research cycle.  PPI representatives do not always receive ‘feedback’ from researchers on their […]

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CLAHRC supported Early Intervention research included in NICE Guidelines

  New NICE guidelines include CLAHRC supported research on early intervention in Psychosis  Originating under CLAHRC Cambridge and Peterborough, the research looked at the epidemiology and the heterogeneity in the incidence of psychotic disorders. The findings were translated into an online tool called PsyMaptic, and have been included in new guidelines from […]

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Multi-million Research Programme led by disabled people – call for applications

Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning (DRILL) – Call for applications for multi million research programme led by disabled people. DRILL are calling for applications to fund research and pilot projects which will find out how disabled people, and those with long term conditions can live independently. The following are invited to apply: Disabled […]

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