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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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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The Cancer Tablets study (CaTS)

Project title The Cancer Tablets study (CaTS) Background & Scientific Rationale: One quarter (28.8%) of UK deaths are from cancer: as the population ages, the incidence of cancer is increasing. Patient expectations of treatment are also rising. Current guidelines set out when to start treatment and in which patients, but […]

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A systematic review of screening for dementia

CLAHRC East of England study of population screening for dementia Our findings suggest that screening for dementia raises complex issues around preference and choice for clinicians and the public; it is unclear what specific factors promote or reduce screening acceptance the most. Evidence suggests that population screening for dementia may not be acceptable […]

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Dementia priority setting partnership with the James Lind Alliance

This CLAHRC project was a major piece of work to inform the national/international dementia research agenda and was done as part of a collaboration with the Dementia Priority Setting Partnership. Publications: Download the CLAHRC bite of this piece of work. Kelly S et al. Dementia priority setting partnership with the James Lind Alliance: using […]

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Understanding PPI in research with older people living in residential settings

Project title: Understanding PPI in older people’s research – how best to enable meaningful PPI in research with older people living in residential settings (RREACH) Type of research: Health services research incorporating systematic review and focus groups. Background & Scientific Rationale: There is increasing recognition of the importance of research […]

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Implementing PPI in an NHS Research Programme

Project title: Implementing PPI in an NHS Research Programme: Evaluating the PPI contribution to CLAHRC research implementation (IMPRESS) Type of research: Mixed methods qualitative action research Background and Scientific Rationale: Increasing and ever-wider public and policy support is now given to including public and patient involvement in the design and […]

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