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HS&DR Commissioned Prioritisation Committee Public Minutes June 2020

 

Contents

Date: Thursday 18th June 2020

Venue Held remotely via Microsoft Teams

Present members

Victoria Tzortziou-Brown Deputy Chair
Katja Behrendt
Stephen Bradley
Dawn Dowding
Rebecca Fisher
Sue Jordan
Mona Kanaan
Tiritega Mawaka
Silviya Nikolova
Linda Parton
Carol Rivas
Victoria Tatton
Louise Wallace
Adele Webb
Charlotte Williams

Apologies

Alison Allam
Holly Nelson-Becker
Adam Noble
James Rimmer

Secretariat

Suzy Hopper
Lisa Stockwell
Ricky Piper
Steph Garfield-Birkbeck

In attendance: Nil
Observers: Nil

Quoracy Information Voting members: 17 (Emergency Quoracy = 9 = 50%)
Voting members present at meeting: 13 (76%)

20/10 Family Group Conferencing

NIHR130980 – Family Group Conferencing in adult social care and mental health: exploring how it works and what difference it can make in people’s lives (Jerry Tew)
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist

NIHR131725 – Improving adoption of action plans by families attending Family Group Conferences involving children at high risk of harm (Tom Sanders)
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist

NIHR131853 – The use of Family Group Conferencing in England and Wales: the factors affecting families’ take-up of offers of Family Group Conferencing (Sarah Jean Taylor)
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline

NIHR131866 – A complex systems evaluation of family group conferences in child welfare (Jonathan Scourfield)
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist

NIHR131919 – A mixed-methods study exploring long-term outcomes and family group conferences (Michaela Rogers)
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
Conflict: None
Decision: Decline

NIHR131922 – How can Family Group Conferences be embedded as an alternative to Initial Child Protection Conferences to improve outcomes for families with a child on the edge of care and under which circumstances: A realist evaluation by a research-practice partnership (Sarah Brand)
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
Conflict: None
Decision: Shortlist

19/154 Oral and Dental Health

NIHR131506 – Caring Optimally: promoting effective Mouth MInuTes (COMMIT Study) (Karen Spilsbury)
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
Conflict: Dawn Dowding, Stephen Bradley, Silviya Nikolova
Decision: Shortlist

Summary

Reference  Proposal title Outcome
20/10 Family Group Conferencing
NIHR130980 Family Group Conferencing in adult social care and mental health: exploring how it works and what difference it can make in people’s lives (Jerry Tew) Shortlist
NIHR131725 Improving adoption of action plans by families attending Family Group Conferences involving children at high risk of harm (Tom Sanders) Shortlist
NIHR131853 The use of Family Group Conferencing in England and Wales: the factors affecting families’ take-up of offers of Family Group Conferencing (Sarah Jean Taylor) Decline
NIHR131866 A complex systems evaluation of family group conferences in child welfare (Jonathan Scourfield) Shortlist
NIHR131919 A mixed-methods study exploring long-term outcomes and family group conferences (Michaela Rogers) Decline
NIHR131922 How can Family Group Conferences be embedded as an alternative to Initial Child Protection Conferences to improve outcomes for families with a child on the edge of care and under which circumstances: A realist evaluation by a research-practice partnership (Sarah Brand) Shortlist
19/154 Oral and Dental Health
NIHR131506 Caring Optimally: promoting effective Mouth MInuTes (COMMIT Study) (Karen Spilsbury) Shortlist