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HS&DR Commissioned Panel Meeting Outcomes March 2018

 

Contents

HS&DR Prioritisation Panel (Commissioned work stream) 
Decisions from 15th March 2018 meeting
Stage 1 Proposals
The following outline proposals have been shortlisted to submit a full proposal for consideration by the HS&DR Board at its meeting in September 2018.
Project Reference Applicant Host Institution Project Title
17/105 Perinatal mental health services
17/49/38 Professor Louise Michele Howard King's College London/ South London and Maudsley NHS
Foundation Trust
ESMI-II: The EffectivenesS and cost effectiveness of community perinatal Mental health servIces.
17/105/03 Professor Jane Barlow University of Oxford Multicentre RCT of the effectiveness of Video Interaction Guidance in improving maternal sensitivity in women experiencing perinatal mental health problems.
17/105/06 Professor Fiona Alderdice University of Oxford A randomised controlled trial of midwife led computer assisted CBT (the CALM programme) or usual care for women with anxiety in pregnancy
17/105/08 Professor Paul Moran University of Bristol The PREPARE Trial: PREPAring foR mothErhood. Improving outcomes for women with personality disorder and their babies during the perinatal period.
17/105/14 Professor Stefan Priebe East London NHS Foundation Trust Accessibility and acceptability of perinatal mental health services for women from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups (PAAM)
17/105/16 Professor Susan Ayers City, University of London Methods of assessing perinatal anxiety (MAP): The acceptability, effectiveness and feasibility of different approaches
17/106 Secondary falls and fracture prevention services
17/106/07 Professor Opinder Sahota Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust FLAME (Fracture Liaison services mApping & Modelling hEalth-economics) Study
17/107 Organisation of services and workforce interventions for the assessment and management of older adults with cognitive impairments in generalist health and care services
17/107/03 Professor Christopher Fox South Norfolk CCG COGnitive diagnostiC Acute caRE pathway (COGCARE)
17/108 Health and social care services support for transition of Looked After children and Young people (LAYP) leaving care
17/108/06 Professor Geraldine Macdonald University of Bristol Promoting good health in Care Leavers through training for Personal Advisors 
17/108/09 Miss Jenny King Picker Institute Europe Supporting looked after children and young people to achieve a person-centred transition between children's and adults' health and care services
17/108/11 Professor Swaran Preet Singh University of Warwick Transitions in Looked After Young People (TuLiP) Project