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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 […]