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HS&DR Researcher-led Panel Meeting Outcomes April 2018



HS&DR Prioritisation Panel (Researcher-Led work stream)
Decisions from 18th – 19th April 2018 meeting
Stage 1 Proposals
The following Stage 1 proposals have been shortlisted to submit a Stage 2 proposal for consideration by the HS&DR Board at its meeting in September 2018.
Project Reference Applicant  Host Institution  Project Title 
 17/99/12 Professor Angus Forbes  King's College London  Co-designing and testing a primary care-based intervention promoting PRE-Pregnancy cARE in women with Type 2 Diabetes (PREPARED): a feasibility study
 17/99/19 Dr Katie Harron  UCL Institute of Child Health  Evaluating the real-world implementation of the Family Nurse Partnership: a data linkage study
 17/99/89 Professor Ken Stein  University of Exeter  Use of simulation and machine learning to identify key levers for maximising the disability benefit of intravenous thrombolysis in acute stroke pathways
 17/99/34 Professor Gavin Perkins  Heart of England NHS   Foundation Trust  Termination of resuscitation by paramedics
 17/99/52 Professor Jon Glasby  University of Birmingham  'Achieving closure?’ Improving outcomes when care homes close
 17/99/70 Dr Tom Sanders  The University of Sheffield  Towards OPtimal Harnessing of Actionable Tools (TOPHAT): The value and mechanisms of action of ‘actionable tools’ and their optimisation in healthcare
17/99/67 Dr Rupert Payne Bristol NHS CCG The impact of deprescribing or not initiating long-term preventative medications for patients with limited life expectancy (D-PiLL Study)
17/99/69 Dr Fiona Burns University College London Evaluation of SpeerS: a Structured peer Support intervention to improve well-being and engagement in care among patients attending specialist HIV services in the UK
17/99/72 Dr Alex Bottle Imperial College London What happens between first symptoms and first acute exacerbation of COPD? Mapping and prediction study
17/99/76 Professor Dorothea Nitsch London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine How many hospital admissions and deaths could be prevented by chronic kidney disease (CKD) guideline implementation?
17/99/80 Professor Christine McCourt City, University of London How do NHS Early Adopter services interpret and implement the Maternity Transformation Programme? An implementation study using a realist framework in two national health systems
17/99/84 Professor David Baguley Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Early detection of hearing loss associated with cancer treatment: the feasibility of a self-administered hearing test in adults undergoing NHS platinum-based chemotherapy
17/99/85 Professor Jane Sandall King's College London Strengthening the Implementation and Operationalisation of ‘Open Disclosure’ with Women and Families after Unexpected Harm in NHS Maternity Care
17/99/66 Professor Peter Huxley Bangor University Understanding the reasons for out of area acute psychiatric placements and the experience of patients, carers and staff