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HS&DR Commissioned Panel Meeting Public Minutes March 2018

 

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HS&DR Panel Meeting(Commissioned workstream) Public Minutes
Date Thursday 15th March 2018
Venue Danubius Hotel, St John’s Wood,  London
Present members Ed Macalister-Smith Chair
Judith Smith Deputy Chair
Alison Allam
Carmel Hughes
Umesh Kadam
Suzanne Mason
Paul McDonald
Richard McNally
James Rimmer
Carl Thompson
Elizabeth Wade
Adele Webb
Apologies Jan Filochowski
Sasha Shepperd
Lois Thomas
Iestyn Williams
Charlotte Williams
Secretariat Stephanie Garfield-Birkbeck
Kevin Campbell
Suzy Hopper
Ricky Piper
Louise Wallace
In attendance Nil
Observers
Peter Brindle – new Commissioned Panel Chair from April 2018
Quoracy Information Voting members: 16 (Quoracy = 11)
Voting members present at meeting: 11 (69%)
APPENDIX 1 – Panel comments on Stage 1 Proposals
17/105 Perinatal mental health services
17/49/38 - ESMI-II: The EffectivenesS and cost effectiveness of community perinatal Mental health servIces. (Professor Louise Michele Howard)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Richard McNally & Suzanne Mason
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/105/03 Multicentre RCT of the effectiveness of Video Interaction Guidance in improving maternal sensitivity in women experiencing perinatal mental health problems (Professor Jane Barlow)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Judith Smith & Carl Thompson
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/105/05 - The IMMENSE (Infant and Maternal Mental Health Services Exploration) Project (Dr Anja Wittkowski)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Jan Filochowski (not in attendance – proposal presented by Louise Wallace)
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: None
Decision: Declined
17/105/06 - A randomised controlled trial of midwife led computer assisted CBT (the CALM programme) or usual care for women with anxiety in pregnancy (Professor Fiona Alderdice)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Paul McDonald & Umesh Kadam
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/105/08 - The PREPARE Trial: PREPAring foR mothErhood. Improving outcomes for women with personality disorder and their babies during the perinatal period. (Professor Paul Moran)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Richard McNally & James Rimmer
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/105/14 Accessibility and acceptability of perinatal mental health services for women from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups (PAAM) (Professor Stefan Priebe)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Elizabeth Wade & Suzanne Mason
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/105/15 Group poetic narrative storytelling and individual guided self help as a therapeutic complex intervention for impactful birth related PTSD symptoms – A Pilot RCT Study (Professor Debbie Marie Carrick-Sen)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Carmel Hughes
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: Judith Smith (left the room)
Decision: Decline
17/105/16 Methods of assessing perinatal anxiety (MAP): The acceptability, effectiveness and feasibility of different approaches (Professor Susan Ayers)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Judith Smith & Jan Filochowski (not in attendance – proposal presented by Louise Wallace)
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/106 Secondary falls and fracture prevention services
17/106/03 Preventing the next fracture: a multi-stakeholder, mixed methods approach for identifying improvement packages needed for effective bone health and falls prevention in those presenting with a fragility fracture. (Associate Professor Muhammad Kassim Javaid)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Jan Filochowski (not in attendance – proposal presented by Louise Wallace)
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline
17/106/04 ICEFALL: Improving the Commissioning and implemEntation of Fracture liaison services with integrated fALLs prevention (Dr Zoe Paskins)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Suzanne Mason
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline
17/106/07 FLAME (Fracture Liaison services mApping & Modelling hEalth-economics) Study (Professor Opinder Sahota)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: James Rimmer & Umesh Kadam
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: Suzanne Mason (left the room)
Decision: Shortlist
17/106/08 Feasibility of a pragmatic step-down service to support long-term adherence to evidence-based exercise, following use of falls/fracture services (Dr Helen Hawley-Hague)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Carmel Hughes
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline
17/106/10 Secondary falls and fracture prevention services (Professor Sarah Elizabeth Lamb)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Suzanne Mason & Carl Thompson
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: Carmel Hughes (left the room)
Decision: Decline
17/106/11 Development of an evidence-based economic tool to support business case for Fracture Liaison Services (Dr Subhash Pokhrel)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: James Rimmer
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline
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 COGnitive diagnostiC Acute caRE pathway (COGCARE)  (Professor Christopher Fox)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Elizabeth Wade & Paul McDonald
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: Carmel Hughes, Richard McNally & Judith Smith (left the room)
Decision: Shortlist
17/107/05 AssessmenT of cognitive Impairment by non specialist staff in British Multi Ethnic older adults: TIME (Dr Waquas Waheed)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Richard McNally
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None:
Decision: Decline
17/107/06 Routine cognitive screening in the general hospital: cognitive co-morbidity, screening methodology and predicting risk (Associate Professor Sarah Tamsin Pendlebury)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Carmel Hughes
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline
17/108 Health and social care services support for transition of Looked After children and Young people (LAYP) leaving care
17/108/02 VESPOR (Voice, Empowerment, Support, Planning, Outcomes, Review) Young people leaving care with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) - What works in multi-agency collaboration to achievepositive planning and outcomes? (Dr Anita Franklin)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Charlotte Williams & Carl Thompson (Due to late apologies from Charlotte, Carl presented her comments)
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline
17/108/06 Promoting good health in Care Leavers through training for Personal Advisors (Professor Geraldine Macdonald)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Judith Smith & Suzanne Mason
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/108/08 Mechanisms of service provision in the UK that improve the mental health of young people leaving care: Co-producing and feasibility testing a theoretically-informed intervention to optimise service provision for care leavers in the UK to improve their mental health (Dr Sarah L. Brand)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and declined.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Paul McDonald
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline
17/108/09 Supporting looked after children and young people to achieve a person-centred transition between children's and adults' health and care services (Miss Jenny King)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Umesh Kadam & Elizabeth Wade
PPI: Alison Allam
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist
17/108/11 Transitions in Looked After Young People (TuLiP) Project (Professor Swaran Preet Singh)
The proposal was discussed by the Panel and shortlisted.
Chair: Ed Macalister-Smith
DPM: Charlotte Williams & James Rimmer (Due to late apologies from Charlotte, James presented her comments)
PPI: Adele Webb
Conflict: Paul McDonald & Richard McNally (left the room)
Decision: Shortlist