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

 

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HS&DR (Researcher-led) Prioritisation Committee Meeting Minutes
Minutes of the July 2019 Meeting (Day 1)
Date 17th July 2019
Venue Kensington Suite, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London
Present members Mark Lambert Chair
Rebecca Randell Deputy Chair
Rob Anderson
Mo Aye (day 1)
Jess Baxendale
Alex Bottle Left at 3.15pm
Dawn Craig
Lorna Gibson
Julie Hankin
Sandy Harvey
Doreen Joseph
Brendan McCormack
Catherine Pope
Sarah Purdy (day 1)
Jean Simpson
Peta Stross (day 1)
Catherine Walshe
Robert West
Apologies Kerryn Husk
Abeda Mulla
Karen Ritchie
Alison Ledward
Secretariat Stephanie Garfield-Birkbeck
Suzy Hopper
Abi Chalk
In attendance Nil
Observers None 
Quoracy information Voting members: 21 (Quorum = 14)
Voting members present at meeting: 17 (81%)
Day 1 Prioritisation Committee Minutes
Researcher-led Stage 1 Proposals: 19/06 Standard Open Call
NIHR129591 Primary Care Workforce in Rural Areas: Addressing Challenges of Recruitment and Retention – Mr Raphael Wittenberg
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rob Anderson – Department
Dawn Craig – Collaboration
Catherine Pope – Institution
Decision: Declined 
NIHR129529 Evidence base to inform health service configuration for abortion provision– Professor Kaye Wellings 
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Shortlisted 
NIHR129069 A Multicentre Study to Investigate Feasibility of a Protocol-Driven Multidisciplinary Service Model to Tackle ‘Spurious Penicillin Allergy’ in Secondary Care (SPACE study) – Professor Mamidipudi Krishna
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Abeda Mulla – Personal (not in attendance)
Rebecca Randell – Collaboration
Robert West – Co-applicant
Decision: Shortlisted 
NIHR129504 Hospital or home? A fully randomised preference trial to determine Best Location for Sleep Studies in children (BLISS sleep) – Associate Professor Catherine Hill
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129565 Increasing access to asthma annual reviews: a new model of care to support GP practices – Dr Michael Twigg
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rob Anderson – Department
Decision: Declined 
NIHR129341 Identifying the impact and support needs of NHS staff who have been affected by the suicide of a colleague: a qualitative study to inform postvention guidance – Dr Ruth Riley
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Abeda Mulla – Personal (not in attendance)
Sarah Purdy – Collaboration
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129293 A definitive cluster randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of a primary care-based complex intervention to improve the wellbeing of patients with multimorbidity living in areas of high socieconomic deprivation: the CARE Plus study – Professor Stewart Mercer
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Sarah Purdy – Department
Rob Anderson – Personal/Collaboration
Dawn Craig – Collaboration
Decision: Declined
NIHR129193 An in-depth investigation of the impact of using online consultation platforms with patients in general practice – Associate Professor Helen Atherton
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Sarah Purdy – Department
Rob Anderson – Department
Alex Bottle – Personal
Decision: Declined
NIHR129390 Improving access to cardiac rehabilitation for people with heart failure: implementation of a home-based service in the NHS– Dr Hasnain Dalal
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rebecca Randell – Collaboration
Rob Anderson – Institution
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129548 Compared with usual emergency departments, do bespoke older people's emergency departments lead to better patient and carer experience and outcomes across health and social services?: telephone survey, case study, cross-service retrospective longitudinal data study, and economic evaluation (OPED) – Mrs Clare Aldus
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope – Department
Decision: Declined
NIHR129170 Determining the acceptability and cost effectiveness of different risk thresholds for postpartum thromboprophylaxis in the UK– Dr Matthew Grainge
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Lorna Gibson – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129547 A cluster randomised evaluation of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of AEBCD to improve family satisfaction with NHS critical care services (AEBCD Trial) – Professor Kathryn Rowan 
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope – Collaboration
Jess Baxendale – Institution
Lorna Gibson – Institution
Decision: Declined 
NIHR129634 Optimising prescribing in stroke survivors with multimorbidity in primary care: Feasibility study to identify prescribing inequalities, opportunities and implementation of prescribing guidance intervention – Dr Mariam Molokhia
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined
NIHR129165 The GREAT study: GRowing up work REAdy with a long Term medical condition – Dr Janet McDonagh
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined
NIHR129016 Exploration of Factors underlying Presentation with Advanced Glaucoma (EFPAG) to optimise referral pathways – Professor Anthony King
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Peta Stross – Institution
Julie Hankin – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129596 Implementing a Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) in Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease – Mrs Maria Da Silva-Gane
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Walshe – Collaboration
Decision: Declined
NIHR129537 Reducing harm from medicines in care homes through refinement, implementation and testing of an Electronic Medication Administration Recording system (eMAR) – Professor David Wright
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rebecca Randell – Department
Robert West – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129488 Fall risk assessment and prevention in acute hospital settings: A realist evaluation – Dr Rebecca Randell
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Rebecca Randell – Lead applicant
Alison Ledward – Collaboration (not in attendance)
Catherine Walshe – Collaboration
Robert West – Department
Dawn Craig - Collaboration
Peta Stross – Institution
Decision: Shortlisted
HS&DR (Researcher-led) Prioritisation Committee Meeting Minutes
Minutes of the July 2019 Meeting (Day 2)
Date
18th July 2019
Venue Kensington Suite, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London
Present members Mark Lambert Chair
Rebecca Randell Deputy Chair
Rob Anderson
Jess Baxendale
Alex Bottle
Dawn Craig
Lorna Gibson
Julie Hankin
Sandy Harvey
Doreen Joseph
Brendan McCormack
Catherine Pope
Jean Simpson
Catherine Walshe left at 1pm
Robert West
Apologies Mo Aye (for day 2 only)
Kerryn Husk
Abeda Mulla
Sarah Purdy (for day 2 only)
Karen Ritchie
Peta Stross (for day 2 only)
Alison Ledward
Secretariat Stephanie Garfield-Birkbeck
Suzy Hopper
Lisa Stockwell
Abi Chalk
In attendance Nil
Observers None
Quoracy information Voting members: 21 (Quorum = 14)
Voting members present at meeting: 14 (67%)
Day 2 Prioritisation Committee Minutes
Researcher-led Stage 1 Proposals: 19/06 Standard Open Call Cont.
NIHR129161 Public Title: ENGAGE Scientific Title: Co-producing communication skills training for clinicians working in children and young people’s mental health services: Assessing the feasibility of testing the most effective and cost-effective method of delivering this training to the workforce. – Dr Jonathan Wilson
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined
NIHR129521 CrisP: Crisis Recovery Mental Health Services Research Project – Professor Stephen Tee
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129579 Development and testing of communication skills training for healthcare professionals caring for people with dementia to avoid or resolve episodes of distress (VOICE2) – Professor Rowan Harwood
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Walshe – Collaboration
Decision: Declined
NIHR129573 CHAT: Child Health App Trial – Dr Julia Mueller
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Robert West – Department
Rebecca Randell – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129632 Venous ulcer patient management (VUPM) – Professor Alun Davies
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Alex Bottle – Collaboration
Rebecca Randell -Department
Jess Baxendale – Institution
Lorna Gibson – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129261 The feasibility and acceptability of an optimised discharge and care approach for people with stable psychosis in primary care – Dr Sarah Sullivan
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: Sarah Purdy – Collaboration (not in attendance)
Decision: Declined
NIHR129655 Enhancing collaboration between public health and adult social care in England: what are the opportunities from synergistic working? – Professor Jill Manthorpe
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: Abeda Mulla – Personal (not in attendance)
Catherine Pope – Institution
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129599 Supportive care unmet needs in advanced non-curative head and neck cancer – Dr Joanne Patterson
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: Dawn Craig – Institution
Sandy Harvey – Department
Mark Lambert – Collaboration
Catherine Walshe – Collaboration
Alex Bottle – Institution
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129639 Core outcome sets through the healthcare ecosystem – Dr Susanna Dodd
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined
NIHR129648 A prospective randomised controlled trial analysing the role of community opioid surveillance by pharmacists in managing post-surgical discharge analgesia – Dr Alison MacRobbie
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Rebecca Randell
Conflicts: Catherine Walshe – Personal
Decision: Declined
NIHR129478 A realist evaluation of a peer-led shared decision-making service for hip and knee replacement – Dr Andrew Moore
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Sarah Purdy – Personal (not in attendance)
Catherine Pope – Institution
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129359 Harnessing Adolescent Smartphone use for Health - Text-messaging And Guidance (HASH-TAG study) Evaluating a School-Nurse NHS text-message health service – Dr Michelle O'Reilly
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Julie Hankin – Department
Decision: Declined
NIHR129658 Deprescribing and Reducing Drug Burden in Older Adults – Dr Shiva Nishtala
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Sarah Purdy – Institution (not in attendance)
Decision: Declined
NIHR129659 Mobilising Evidence to Diffuse and Implement Healthcare Innovations Appropriately (MEDIA) – Professor Harry Scarbrough
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Declined
19/13 Support Intervention for Carers call
NIHR129645 What are the barriers to younger carers accessing carer support services and/or services for the recipient of care, and what interventions, and support services and /or care models are acceptable to these groups and the persons they look after? – Ms Nicola Brimblecombe
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Dawn Craig – Collaboration
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129629 Towards improved support to carers through enhanced navigation of service pathways: development of a personalised tool – Dr Tom Sanders
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Sandy Harvey – Personal
Dawn Craig – Institution
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129247 Refining and testing a carer-led intervention to support family carers with medicines management through pathways of care – Dr Sara Garfield
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Alex Bottle – Institution
Decision: Declined
NIHR129676 Development and evaluation of an online information and support programme for carers of people with young-onset dementia – Dr Bridget Jones
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: No conflicts
Decision: Shortlisted
NIHR129445 Developing a primary care based system for identifying carers and their needs – Dr Michele Peters
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and declined.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Pope – Department
Decision: Declined
NIHR129553 Developing a care model for carers of patients with Serious Mental Illness – Associate Professor Andrew Clifton
The proposal was discussed by the Prioritisation Committee and shortlisted.
Chair: Mark Lambert
Conflicts: Catherine Walshe – Department (not in attendance)
Decision: Shortlisted
Summary
Researcher-led Stage 1 Proposals: 19/06 Standard Open Call
Reference
Proposal Title Outcome
NIHR129591 Wittenberg Primary Care Workforce in Rural Areas: Addressing Challenges of Recruitment and Retention Declined
NIHR129529 Wellings Evidence base to inform health service configuration for abortion provision Shortlisted
NIHR129069 Krishna A Multicentre Study to Investigate Feasibility of Protocol Driven Multidisciplinary Service Model to Tackle ‘Spurious Penicillin Allergy’ in Secondary Care (SPACE study) Shortlisted 
NIHR129504 Hill Hospital or home? A fully randomised preference trial to determine Best Location for Sleep Studies in children (BLISS sleep) Declined
NIHR129565 Twigg Increasing access to asthma annual reviews: a new model of care to support GP practices Declined
NIHR129341 Riley Identifying the impact and support needs of NHS staff who have been affected by the suicide of a colleague: a qualitative study to inform postvention guidance Shortlisted
NIHR129293 Mercer A definitive cluster randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a primary care-based complex intervention to improve the wellbeing of patients with multimorbidity living in areas of high socieconomic deprivation: the CARE Plus study Declined
NIHR129193 Atherton An in-depth investigation of the impact of using online consultation platforms with patients in general practice Declined
NIHR129390 Dalal Improving access to cardiac rehabilitation for people with heart failure: implementation of a home-based service in the NHS Shortlisted
NIHR129548 Aldus Compared with usual emergency departments, do bespoke older people's emergency departments lead to better patient and carer experience and outcomes across health and social services?: telephone survey, case study, cross-service retrospective longitudinal data study, and economic evaluation (OPED) Declined
NIHR129170 Grainge Determining the acceptability and cost effectiveness of different risk thresholds for postpartum thromboprophylaxis in the UK Declined
NIHR129547 Rowan A cluster randomised evaluation of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of AEBCD to improve family satisfaction with NHS critical care services (AEBCD Trial) Declined
 NIHR129634 Molokhia Optimising prescribing in stroke survivors with multimorbidity in primary care: Feasibility study to identify prescribing inequalities, opportunities and implementation of prescribing guidance intervention  Declined
NIHR129165 McDonagh The GREAT study: GRowing up work REAdy with a long Term medical condition Declined
NIHR129016 King Exploration of Factors underlying Presentation with Advanced Glaucoma  (EFPAG) to optimise referral pathways Declined
NIHR129596 Da Silva-Gane Implementing a Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) in Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease Declined
NIHR129537 Wright Reducing harm from medicines in care homes through refinement, implementation and testing of an Electronic Medication Administration Recording system (eMAR) Declined
NIHR129488 Randell Fall risk assessment and prevention in acute hospital settings: A realist evaluation Shortlisted
NIHR129161 Wilson Public Title: ENGAGE Scientific Title: Co-producing communication skills training for clinicians working in children and young people’s mental health services: Assessing the feasibility of testing the most effective and cost-effective method of delivering this training to the workforce.  Declined
NIHR129521 Tee CrisP: Crisis Recovery Mental Health Services Research Project   Declined
NIHR129579 Harwood  Development and testing of communication skills training for healthcare professionals caring for people with dementia to avoid or resolve episodes of distress (VOICE2)  Declined
NIHR129573 Mueller  CHAT: Child Health App Trial  Declined
NIHR129632 Davies  Venous ulcer patient management (VUPM)  Declined
NIHR129261 Sullivan  The feasibility and acceptability of an optimised discharge and care approach for people with stable psychosis in primary care  Declined
NIHR129655 Manthorpe  Enhancing collaboration between public health and adult social care in England: what are the opportunities from synergistic working?  Shortlisted
NIHR129599 Patterson  Supportive care unmet needs in advanced non-curative head and neck cancer   Shortlisted
NIHR129639 Dodd    Core outcome sets through the healthcare ecosystem  Declined
NIHR129648 MacRobbie  A prospective randomised controlled trial analysing the role of community opioid surveillance by pharmacists in managing post-surgical discharge analgesia  Declined
NIHR129478 Moore A realist evaluation of a peer-led shared decision-making service for hip and knee replacement Shortlisted
NIHR129359 O'Reilly Harnessing Adolescent Smartphone use for Health - Text-messaging And Guidance (HASH-TAG study) Evaluating a School-Nurse NHS text-message health service Declined
NIHR129658 Nishtala Deprescribing and Reducing Drug Burden in Older Adults Declined
NIHR129659 Scarborough Mobilising Evidence to Diffuse and Implement Healthcare Innovations Appropriately (MEDIA) Declined
Commissioned Stage 1 Proposals: 19/13 Support Interventions for Carers Call
NHIR129645 Brimblecombe What are the barriers to younger carers accessing carer support services and/or services for the recipient of care, and what interventions, and support services and /or care models are acceptable to these groups and the persons they look after? Shortlisted
NIHR129629 Sanders Towards improved support to carers through enhanced navigation of service pathways: development of a personalised tool Shortlisted
NIHR129247 Garfield Refining and testing a carer-led intervention to support family carers with medicines management through pathways of care Declined
NIHR129676  Jones Development and evaluation of an online information and support programme for carers of people with young-onset dementia Shortlisted
NIHR129445  Peters Developing a primary care based system for identifying carers and their needs Declined
NIHR129553 Clifton Developing a care model for carers of patients with Serious Mental Illness Shortlisted