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HS&DR Researcher-led Prioritisation Committee Public Minutes December 2019

 

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HS&DR (Researcher-led) Prioritisation Committee Meeting Public Minutes

Minutes of the December 2019 Meeting (Day 1)

Date: 4th December 2019
Venue: Kensington Suite, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London


Present members 

Mark Lambert Chair 
Rebecca Randell Deputy Chair
Jane Appleton
Jess Baxendale
Laura Bojke
Alex Bottle
Brendan Collins
Dawn Craig
Lorna Gibson
Sandy Harvey
Kerryn Husk
Matthew Jones
Doreen Joseph
Alison Ledward
Brendan McCormack
Samantha Midwinter
Abeda Mulla
Catherine Pope
Sarah Purdy
Karen Ritchie
Peta Stross
Catherine Walshe
Robert West
Andrea Williamson 
Deputy Chair

Apologies

Mo Aye
Sarah Finer
Julie Hankin


Secretariat

Stephanie Garfield-Birkbeck
Suzy Hopper
Abi Chalk


Observers
Jo Rycroft-Malone

Quoracy information
Voting members: 26 (Quorum = 17)
Voting members present at meeting: 23 (88%)


Day 1 Prioritisation Committee Minutes
Researcher-led Stage 1 Proposals: 19/55 Researcher-led Standard Open Call

NIHR130520 Pregnancy outcomes in obese women – evaluation and design of care pathways to improve experience and more cost-effective care – Dr Dharmintra Pasupathy
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130365 Deprescribing for problematic polypharmacy in older adults with frailty (DEPPLOY) in primary care: A realist mixed methods process evaluation – Associate Professor Jonathan Benn
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rebecca Randell, Alex Bottle, Robert West
Decision: Declined

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 – Professor Jon Glasby
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Abeda Mulla
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130557 OpenPathology.net: Using Advanced Data Science To Give GPs Actionable Feedback on Test Ordering – Dr Ben Goldacre
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope
Decision: Declined 

NIHR129712 Implementation of learning environments for the assessment, prevention, and management of delirium in specialist palliative care units (CLECC-SPCU): Co design and feasibility study of a flexible strategy for implementing clinical guidelines – Dr Mark Pearson
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope, Kerryn Husk
Decision: Declined 

NIHR130247 Understanding the implementation of link workers in primary care: A realist evaluation – Dr Stephanie Tierney
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope, Kerryn Husk, Sarah Purdy
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130547 A mixed-methods investigation of the delivery, impact, and acceptability of a national de-adoption programme in the English NHS, to produce evidence based and theoretically informed recommendations to support de-adoption from low-value care – Dr Leila Rooshenas
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Sarah Purdy, Jo Rycroft-Malone
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR129669 A Realist Evaluation of Paramedics Working in General Practice: An assessment of clinical and cost effectiveness – Dr Sarah Voss
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Sarah Purdy, Matthew Jones
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130159 Evaluation of the implementation of Freedom to Speak Up Guardians in Ambulance Services Trusts in NHS England – Professor Aled Jones
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined

NIHR130426 Assessment of a comprehensive medicines optimisation approach for persons with dementia in primary care: a feasibility cluster randomised trial and process evaluation – Professor Carmel Hughes
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: no conflicts
Decision: Declined 

NIHR129847 Increasing the access and uptake of Palliative Care and End of Life (EoL) care services for patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families of diverse multi-ethnic and multi-faith communities – Professor Gurch Randhawa
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined 

NIHR130239 How beliefs, values and experiences of non-contraceptive health benefits and side effects influence use of hormonal contraceptive methods: a quantitative data analysis of contraceptive attribute preferences and a systematic review of qualitative evidence – Dr Rebecca French
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: Mark Lambert
Decision: Declined 

NIHR130521 The CAMHS ELF study: Evaluating the role of Language Function in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) for children and young people (CYP) with low language skill – Professor Nicola Botting
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined 

NIHR130430 Supporting decisions on planned mode of birth: development of a decision-aid for women with uncomplicated pregnancies – Dr Mairead Black
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope, Brendan McCormack
Decision: Declined 

NIHR129861 Improving care and support for British South Asian patients with type 2 diabetes, diabetes distress and depression – Dr Suman Prinjha
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130582 Citizen portals for health and social care: A realist synthesis – Dr Rebecca Randell
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rebeca Randell, Robert West, Alison Ledward
Decision: Shortlisted


HS&DR (Researcher-led) Prioritisation Committee Meeting Minutes
Minutes of the December 2019 Meeting (Day 2)

Date: 5th December 2019
Venue: Kensington Suite, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London

Present members 

Mark Lambert Chair 
Rebecca Randell Deputy Chair
Jane Appleton
Laura Bojke
Alex Bottle
Brendan Collins
Dawn Craig
Lorna Gibson
Sandy Harvey
Kerryn Husk
Matthew Jones
Doreen Joseph
Alison Ledward
Brendan McCormack
Abeda Mulla
Catherine Pope
Sarah Purdy
Karen Ritchie
Peta Stross
Catherine Walshe
Robert West
Andrea Williamson 

Apologies

Mo Aye
Jess Baxendale
Sarah Finer
Julie Hankin
Samantha Midwinter

Secretariat

Suzy Hopper
Lisa Stockwell
Abi Chalk 

Observers
None

Quoracy information
Voting members: 26 (Quorum = 17)
Voting members present at meeting: 22 (85%)

 


Day 2 Prioritisation Committee Minutes
Researcher-led Stage 1 Proposals: 19/55 Standard Open Call Cont.


NIHR130049 Community Health Matters: a feasibility study of Gypsy/Traveller community health workers to promote health and wellbeing among Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland – Professor Alison McFadden
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Dawn Craig, Karen Ritchie
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130021 Discretionary effort in the NHS - what is the impact of NHS staff `going the extra mile’? – Professor Mark Exworthy
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rebecca Randell
Decision: Declined 

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 II – Dr Christopher Fox
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Kerryn Husk, Dawn Craig, Rebecca Randell
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130540 Effectiveness and implementation of alternatives to face-to-face hospital outpatient consultation – Associate Professor Rob Anderson
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Kerryn Husk
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR130576 Impact of interventions to improve recovery of older adults following planned hospital admission on quality of life following discharge: linked evidence synthesis – Associate Professor Joanna Thompson-Coon
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Kerryn Husk
Decision: Shortlisted

NIHR129681 Evaluating the potential contribution of Physician Associates to the delivery of NHS Mental Health Services in England (PAMHS): A mixed methods study – Dr Paul Tiffin
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Laura Bojke, Abeda Mulla
Decision: Declined 

NIHR130253 Self Harm Ambulance paramedic Referral Evaluation (SHARE) – Professor Ann John
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Walshe
Decision: Declined

NIHR130374 Mixed methods evaluation of a co-produced, functions-based, national quality improvement initiative to improve the health and wellbeing of people affected by a common health condition (Co-Improve) – Professor Jonathan Bisson
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined

NIHR130424 Emergency Department Frequent Users Service Evaluation and Development (ED:FUSED) – Professor Elspeth Guthrie
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Robert West, Laura Bojke, Kerryn Husk, Rebecca Randell
Decision: Declined 

NIHR130536 Older people’s involvement in processes that lead to a transition to a carehome – Dr Anne Killett
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Alison Ledward, Rebecca Randell
Decision: Declined 

NIHR129854 EACTA: A Realist Evaluation of Activities on Acute Mental Health Wards: What works for whom, in what circumstances and why? – Professor Alan Simpson
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rebecca Randell
Decision: Declined 

NIHR130093 COMMODD: Health services delivery for integrated care for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) with comorbid significant depressive symptoms (depression). A mixed-methods study in England – Professor Christina van der Feltz-Cornellis
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined


Summary

Researcher-led Stage 1 Proposals: 19/55 Researcher-led Standard Open Call

Reference  Proposal Title Outcome
NIHR130520 Pasupathy  Pregnancy outcomes in obese women – evaluation and design of care pathways to improve experience and more cost-effective care Shortlist
NIHR130365 Benn  Deprescribing for problematic polypharmacy in older adults with frailty (DEPPLOY) in primary care: A realist mixed methods process evaluation Decline
NIHR130298 Glasby  Why are we stuck in hospital? Understanding service user, family and staff perspectives when transforming care for people with learning disabilities and/or autism Shortlist
NIHR130557 Goldacre OpenPathology.net: Using Advanced Data Science To Give GPs Actionable Feedback on Test Ordering  Decline
NIHR129712 Pearson Implementation of learning environments for the assessment, prevention, and management of delirium in specialist palliative care units (CLECC-SPCU): Co-design and feasibility study of a flexible strategy for implementing clinical guidelines  Decline
NIHR130247 Tierney  Understanding the implementation of link workers in primary care: A realist evaluation Shortlist
NIHR130547 Rooshenas A mixed-methods investigation of the delivery, impact, and acceptability of a national de-adoption programme in the English NHS, to produce evidence-based and theoretically informed recommendations to support de-adoption from low-value care  Shortlist
NIHR129669 Voss A Realist Evaluation of Paramedics Working in General Practice: An assessment of clinical and cost effectiveness  Shortlist
NIHR130159 Jones Evaluation of the implementation of Freedom to Speak Up Guardians in Ambulance Services Trusts in NHS England  Decline
NIHR130426 Hughes Assessment of a comprehensive medicines optimisation approach for persons with dementia in primary care: a feasibility cluster randomised trial and process evaluation  Decline
NIHR129847 Randhawa Increasing the access and uptake of Palliative Care and End of Life (EoL) care services for patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families of diverse multi-ethnic and multi-faith communities  Decline
NIHR130239 French How beliefs, values and experiences of non-contraceptive health benefits and side effects influence use of hormonal contraceptive methods: a quantitative data analysis of contraceptive attribute preferences and a systematic review of qualitative evidence  Decline
NIHR130521 Botting The CAMHS ELF study: Evaluating the role of Language Function in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) for children and young people (CYP) with low language skill  Decline
NIHR130430 Black Supporting decisions on planned mode of birth: development of a decision-aid for women with uncomplicated pregnancies Decline
NIHR129861 Prinjha Improving care and support for British South Asian patients with type 2 diabetes, diabetes distress and depression Shortlist
NIHR130582 Randell Citizen portals for health and social care: A realist synthesis Shortlist
NIHR130049 McFadden Community Health Matters: a feasibility study of Gypsy/Traveller community health workers to promote health and wellbeing among Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland  Shortlist
NIHR130021 Exworthy Discretionary effort in the NHS - what is the impact of NHS staff `going the extra mile’?  Decline
NIHR129716 Fox 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 II  Shortlist
NIHR130540 Anderson Effectiveness and implementation of alternatives to face-to face hospital outpatient consultation Shortlist
NIHR130576 Thompson-Coon Impact of interventions to improve recovery of older adults following planned hospital admission on quality of life following discharge: linked evidence synthesis  Shortlist
NIHR129681 Tiffin Evaluating the potential contribution of Physician Associates to the delivery of NHS Mental Health Services in England (PAMHS): A mixed methods study  Decline
NIHR130253 John Self Harm Ambulance paramedic Referral Evaluation (SHARE)  Decline
NIHR130374 Bisson Mixed methods evaluation of a co-produced, functions-based, national quality improvement initiative to improve the health and wellbeing of people affected by a common health condition (Co-Improve)  Decline
NIHR130424 Guthrie Emergency Department Frequent Users Service Evaluation and Development (ED:FUSED)  Decline
NIHR130536 Killett  Older people’s involvement in processes that lead to a transition to a care home  Decline
NIHR129854 Simpson REACTA: A Realist Evaluation of Activities on Acute Mental Health Wards: What works for whom, in what circumstances and why?  Decline
NIHR130093 van der Feltz-Cornellis COMMODD: Health services delivery for integrated care for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) with comorbid significant depressive symptoms(depression). A mixed-methods study in England Decline