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HS&DR Board Meeting Outcomes January 2018

 

Contents

HS&DR Board – Decisions from the 23rd and 24th January 2018 meeting
Full Proposals
The following full proposals have been recommended for funding subject to certain conditions.
Project Reference Applicant
Institution Project Title
Standard Researcher-led call (two-stage)
17/05/03 Professor Jim Briggs University of Portsmouth Safer and more efficient vital signs monitoring to identify the deteriorating patient: An observational study towards deriving evidence-based protocols for patient surveillance on the general hospital ward
17/05/30 Professor Christina Faull University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust Thinking ahead about medical treatments in advanced illness: A qualitative study of barriers and enablers in end-of-life care planning with patients and families from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds
17/05/96 Professor Simon Conroy University of Leicester Identifying models of care to improve outcomes for older people with emergency and urgent care needs
17/05/88 Dr Nicholas Meader
University of York Effectiveness of multiple risk behaviour interventions in people with severe mental illness
17/05/45 Dr Kate Walker London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Constructing the entire care pathway of bowel cancer patients undergoing emergency surgery to improve their quality of care
17/05/110 Professor Glenn Robert King's College London Exploring the local operation and impact of Healthwatch in England five years on: using actor-network theory to optimise patient and public voice in NHS commissioning and service provision
16/116/03 Professor Nicola Walsh Bristol NHS CCG First Contact Physiotherapy in Primary Care (FRONTIER): A Realist Evaluation of effectiveness and costs
Researcher-led Evidence synthesis call (one stage, straight-to-full)
17/45/22 Dr Nefyn Williams Bangor University The role of primary care in reducing the decline in physical function and physical activity in people with long-term conditions; what works, for whom and in what circumstances? A realist synthesis of evidence
Commissioned call: 17/08 - Work force and skill mix in GP primary care services
17/08/25 Dr Sharon Spooner The University of Manchester An investigation of the scale, scope and impact of skill mix change in primary care
17/08/34 Professor Heather Gage University of Surrey How general practice team composition and climate relate to quality, effectiveness and human resource costs: a mixed methods study in England
Commissioned call: 17/09 - Services to support early intervention and self-care for children and young people referred to Children and Young People’s Mental Health services / CAMHS with common emotional and behavioural problems
17/09/04 Dr Elizabeth McDermott Lancaster University Identifying and evaluating mental health early intervention services and self-care support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people: A mixed methods study.
17/09/31 Dr Jonathan Mark Wilson Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust BEST for adolescent BPD (Brief Early School-based Treatment for adolescent Borderline Personality Disorder): investigating the feasibility of providing specialised, early intervention for borderline personality disorder through collaboration with education providers
17/09/08 Professor Steven Pryjmachuk Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Developing a model for high quality service design for children and young people with common mental health problems