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HS&DR Funding Committee Public Minutes May 2020

 

Contents

Date 13th May 2020 (Day one)

Venue Microsoft Teams Meeting

Present Members

Jo Rycroft-Malone Chair
Matt Sutton Deputy Chair
Sarah Alderson
Chris Bojke
Andrew Booth
Jennifer Bostock
Kevin Brazil
Kath Checkland
Peter Coventry
Sandra Duggan
Sarah Jane Fenton
Kamlesh Khunti
Jill Maben
Jenny McKibben
Rachel Meacock
Mark Pearson
Julius Sim
Steve Sparks
Alan Watkins


Secretariat

Steph Garfield-Birkbeck
Suzy Hopper
Jo Nurse
Lisa Stockwell
Ricky Piper
Sue Pargeter

Apologies

Peter Brindle
Mark Lambert
Louella Vaughan
Fiona Verity
Carl Thompson
Bernard Gudgin
James Mason

Observers: none

Quoracy Information Voting members: 25 (Emergency Quoracy = 13 = 50%)
Voting members present on Day One: 18 (72%)

Funding Committee Comments Day One

19/55 – Researcher-led (standard) Call

NIHR130520 – Pregnancy and birth outcomes in obese women: developing personalised risk assessment to inform shared decision-making to improve experience and more cost-effective care (Jane Sandall)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Jill Maben
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR130298 – Why are we stuck in hospital? Understanding service user, family and staff perspectives when transforming care for people with learning disabilities and/or autism (John Glasby)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah-Jane Fenton
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with changes

NIHR130247 – Understanding the implementation of link workers in primary care: A realist evaluation to inform current and future policy (Stephanie Tierney)
Chair: Matt Sutton
Declared a conflict and left the room: Mark Pearson, Peter Coventry, Andrew Booth
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with change

NIHR130547 – A mixed-methods investigation of the delivery, impact and acceptability of a national de-adoption programme across Clinical Commissioning Groups in the English National Health Service (Leila Rooshenas)
Chair: Matt Sutton
Declared a conflict and left the room: Jo Rycroft-Malone, Rachel Meacock, Sarah-Jane Fenton
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with changes

NIHR129669 – A Realist Evaluation of Paramedics Working in General Practice: An assessment of clinical and cost effectiveness (Sarah Voss)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Jill Maben
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR129861 – Improving healthcare and support for British South Asian patients with type 2 diabetes, diabetes distress and depression (Suman Prinjha)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Kamlesh Khunti
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR130582 – Citizen portals for health and social care: A realist synthesis (Rebecca Randell)
Chair: Matt Sutton
Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson, Jill Maben, Mark Pearson, Chris Bojke
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR130049 – Community Health Matters: a mixed-methods evaluation of the implementation of community health workers to promote health and wellbeing among Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland (Alison McFadden)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Peter Coventry
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR129716 – A definitive, multi-centre, cluster, randomised controlled trial with implementation and economic evaluations of a hospital-based Enhanced Recovery Pathway for hip fracture and cognitive impairment. Acronym: Perioperative Enhanced Recovery hip FracturE Care of paTiEnts with Dementia - PERFECTED 2 (Christopher Fox)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Rachel Meacock, Sarah-Jane Fenton
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR130540 – Effectiveness and implementation of alternatives to face-to-face hospital outpatient consultation (Rob Anderson)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Mark Pearson
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR130576 – Impact of interventions to improve recovery of older adults following planned hospital admission on quality of life following discharge: linked evidence synthesis (Jo Thompson-Coon)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Andrew Booth, Jill Maben
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with changes

 

Thursday 14th May 2020 (Day Two)

Present members

Jo Rycroft-Malone Chair
Matt Sutton Deputy Chair
Sarah Alderson
Chris Bojke
Andrew Booth
Jennifer Bostock
Kevin Brazil
Kath Checkland
Peter Coventry
Sandra Duggan
Sarah Jane Fenton
Kamlesh Khunti
Jill Maben
Jenny McKibben
Rachel Meacock
Mark Pearson
Julius Sim
Steve Sparks
Alan Watkins


Secretariat

Stephanie Garfield-Birkbeck
Suzy Hopper
Jo Nurse
Ricky Piper
Lisa Stockwell
Sue Pargeter

Apologies

Peter Brindle
Mark Lambert
Louella Vaughan
Fiona Verity
Carl Thompson
Bernard Gudgin
James Mason

Observers: none
Quoracy Information Voting members: 25 (Emergency Quoracy = 13= 50%)
Voting members present on Day Two: 18 (72%)

 

Funding Committee Comments Day Two

19/157 – HS&DR Autumn 2019 Invitation Call (Straight to St 2 submission)

NIHR131244 – Improving Outcomes In Third Sector Organisations (TSOs) (Paul Montgomery)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah-Jane Fenton
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

19/104 Evidence Synthesis Call

NIHR131238 - Identifying health literacy interventions that reduce the use of primary care and emergency services for minor problems: a systematic review (Alicia O’Cathain)
Chair: Matt Sutton
Declared a conflict and left the room: Andrew Booth, Chris Bojke, Julius Simm
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with changes

NIHR130694 – Reducing Health Inequalities through General Practice: A Realist Review (EQUALISE) (John Ford)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Andrew Booth, Mark Lambert, Mark Pearson
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with changes

NIHR130995 – Co-production of an NHS-tailored implementation and evaluation strategy framework to support women in the UK to breastfeed with a focus on reducing health inequities: evidence synthesis with stakeholder engagement (Alison McFadden)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: None
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with changes

NIHR131016 – REcruiting and RetAining nurses, and carers in Care Homes: what works, for which staff, under what circumstances, and at what cost? The REACH Realist Review (Reena Devi)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room:Andrew Booth, Jill Maben, Mark Pearson, Chris Bojke
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with changes

NIHR131041 – Digital Health Interventions for adults with chronic musculoskeletal conditions - what works, for whom and in what circumstances? A realist synthesis of evidence (Andrew Moore)
Chair: Matt Sutton
Declared a conflict and left the room: Rachel Meacock
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

19/110 – Data-enabled Trials Call

NIHR129773 – Antibiotic Coding and Prescribing Trial. Cluster randomised trial using electronic health records (ACCEPT Trial) (Martin Gulliford)
Chair: Matt Sutton
Declared a conflict and left the room: Jennnifer Bostock
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal but did not recommend it for funding.
Decision: Decline

NIHR130581 – Cluster randomised trial to improve antibiotic prescribing in primary care: individualised knowledge support during consultation for general practitioners and patients (Tjeerd van Staa)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Peter Coventry, Sarah Alderson, Kath Checkland, Peter Coventry, Rachel Meacock, Matt Sutton
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with change

NIHR130075 – In-silico trials of targeted screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm using linked healthcare data: can the efficiency of the NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme be improved whilst maintaining publicly acceptable levels of disease detection in an ethically acceptable manner (Matthew Bown)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Kamlesh Khunti
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with change

NIHR130107 – Adapting Breast Cancer Screening to MAximise Mortality Benefit and Minimise Overdiagnosis harm (Adapt-MAMMO) (Sian Taylor-Phillips)
Chair: Jo Rycroft-Malone
Declared a conflict and left the room: Chris Bojke
The Funding Committee discussed the proposal and recommended it for funding subject to certain conditions.
Decision: Fund with change

Summary

Reference Proposal Title Outcome
19/55 – Researcher-led (standard) Call
NIHR130520 Pregnancy and birth outcomes in obese women: developing personalised risk assessment to inform shared decision-making to improve experience and more cost-effective care (Jane Sandall) Decline
NIHR130298 Why are we stuck in hospital? Understanding service user, family and staff perspectives when transforming care for people with learning disabilities and/or autism (John Glasby) Fund with changes
NIHR130247 Understanding the implementation of link workers in primary care: A realist evaluation to inform current and future policy (Stephanie Tierney) Fund with changes
NIHR130547 A mixed-methods investigation of the delivery, impact and acceptability of a national de-adoption programme across Clinical Commissioning Groups in the English National Health Service (Leila Rooshenas) Fund with changes
NIHR129669 A Realist Evaluation of Paramedics Working in General Practice: An assessment of clinical and cost effectiveness (Sarah Voss) Decline
NIHR129861 Improving healthcare and support for British South Asian patients with type 2 diabetes, diabetes distress and depression (Suman Prinjha) Decline
NIHR130582 Citizen portals for health and social care: A realist synthesis (Rebecca Randell) Decline
NIHR130049 Community Health Matters: a mixed-methods evaluation of the implementation of community health workers to promote health and wellbeing among Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland (Alison McFadden) Decline
NIHR129716 A definitive, multi-centre, cluster, randomised controlled trial with implementation and economic evaluations of a hospital-based Enhanced Recovery Pathway for hip fracture and cognitive impairment. Acronym: Perioperative Enhanced Recovery hip FracturE Care of paTiEnts with Dementia - PERFECTED 2 (Christopher Fox) Decline
NIHR130540 Effectiveness and implementation of alternatives to face-to-face hospital outpatient consultation (Rob Anderson) Decline
NIHR130576 Impact of interventions to improve recovery of older adults following planned hospital admission on quality of life following discharge: linked evidence synthesis (Jo Thompson-Coon) Fund with changes
19/157 HS&DR Autumn 2019 Invitation Call
NIHR131244  Improving Outcomes In Third Sector Organisations (TSOs) (Paul Montgomery) Decline
19/104 Evidence Synthesis Call
NIHR131238 Identifying health literacy interventions that reduce the use of primary care and emergency services for minor problems: a systematic review (Alicia O’Cathain) Fund with changes
NIHR130694 Reducing Health Inequalities through General Practice: A Realist Review (EQUALISE) (John Ford) Fund with changes
NIHR130995 Co-production of an NHS-tailored implementation and evaluation strategy framework to support women in the UK to breastfeed with a focus on reducing health inequities: evidence synthesis with stakeholder engagement (Alison McFadden) Fund with changes
NIHR131016 REcruiting and RetAining nurses, and carers in Care Homes: what works, for which staff, under what circumstances, and at what cost? The REACH Realist Review (Reena Devi) Fund with changes
NIHR131041 Digital Health Interventions for adults with chronic musculoskeletal conditions - what works, for whom and in what circumstances? A realist synthesis of evidence (Andrew Moore) Decline
19/110 Data-enabled Trials Call
NIHR129773 Antibiotic Coding and Prescribing Trial. Cluster randomised trial using electronic health records (ACCEPT Trial) (Martin Gulliford) Decline
NIHR130075 In-silico trials of targeted screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm using linked healthcare data: can the efficiency of the NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme be improved whilst maintaining publicly acceptable levels of disease detection in an ethically acceptable manner (Matthew Bown) Fund with changes
NIHR130107 Adapting Breast Cancer Screening to MAximise Mortality Benefit and Minimise Overdiagnosis harm (Adapt-MAMMO) (Sian Taylor-Phillips) Fund with changes
NIHR130581 Cluster randomised trial to improve antibiotic prescribing in primary care: individualised knowledge support during consultation for general practitioners and patients (Tjeerd van Staa) Fund with changes