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HSDR Funding Committee Public Minutes March 2022

Published

29 April 2022

Version

1.0 - April 2022

Contents

Day One - Wednesday 17th March 

Venue

Virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams

Present Members

  • Kathy Rowan (Programme Director)
  • Judith Smith (Deputy Programme Director - Chair of Day One)
  • Kath Checkland (Deputy Chair)
  • Sarah Alderson
  • Alison Allam (Public Committee Member)
  • Katja Behrendt
  • Andrew Booth
  • Brendan Collins
  • Dawn Dowding
  • Sandra Duggan (Public Committee Member)
  • Sebastian Hinde (Committee Member Development Scheme (CMDS) Participant)
  • Jane Hopkinson
  • Kerryn Husk
  • Sue Jordan
  • Rashmi Kumar (Public Committee Member)
  • Michael Molete (Public Committee Member)
  • Alicia O’Cathain
  • Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
  • Alan Watkins
  • Adele Webb (Public Committee Member)
  • Charlotte Williams
  • Andrea Williamson

Secretariat

  • Stephanie Garfield-Birkbeck
  • Suzy Hopper
  • Donna White
  • Sophie Cherrie
  • Tara Lamont

Apologies

  • Gerald McKenna
  • Kam Bhui
  • Grazia Antonacci (Committee Member Development Scheme (CMDS) Participant)

Observers

  • Michael Bowdery, Head of Programmes for Health, and Care Research Wales
  • Roshan Das Nair, HSDR Inclusion Observer
  • Gordon Taylor, Director, RDS South West
  • James Griffin, RDS Adviser, Warwick
  • Ruth Swire, Assistant Research Manager, Monitoring Team, NIHR
  • Theresa Ellmers, Research Manager in the Identification and Prioritisation Team, NIHR (contributes to HSDR Commissioning Briefs)

Quoracy Information

Voting members: 24 (Quoracy = 16 = 66%)
Voting members present on Day 1: 21 (88%)

Stage One Applications

21/10 Researcher-Led

NIHR151217 - INCLUDing Ethnically diverse groups when developing Core Outcome Sets (INCLUDE-COS) Do Core Outcome Sets (COS) for randomised trials represent the values and perspectives of ethnically diverse groups? (Shoba Dawson, University of Bristol)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: None

Decision: Shortlist

 

NIHR151129 - How can we improve access to psychological care after stroke? Evaluation of the implementation of the stepped care model (Anne Forster, University of Leeds)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson 

Decision: Decline

 

NIHR151597 - Psychology service delivery in acute psychiatric inpatient settings: a realist approach (what works for who) to determining best models for optimal delivery. (Margaret Maxwell, University of Stirling)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: None

Decision: Decline


NIHR151167 - The Experience Study: Investigating the use of patient and staff experience based knowledge and expertise to improve Community Mental Health Framework delivery (Richard Byng, University of Plymouth)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Kerryn Husk, Judith Smith, Alicia O'Cathain 

Decision: Decline


NIHR151776 - Co-designing a toolkit of resources to promote Equal Access to flexible support planning for people with Learning Disabilities (EquALD) (Liz Croot, The University of Sheffield)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Alicia O'Cathain, Judith Smith, Kerryn Husk, Andrew Booth

Decision: Shortlist


NIHR151995 - CF EVOLVE: Co-production and a realist informed process evaluation of care pathways for children with CF Screen Positive, Inconclusive Diagnosis (CFSPID) and their families (Jane Chudleigh, City, University of London)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Judith Smith

Decision: Shortlist


NIHR151973 - Applying ‘Fair Work’ to improve the retention of older health professionals in the NHS (Chris Warhurst, University of Warwick)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Judith Smith

Decision: Decline


NIHR151661 - An evaluation of an alternative Child Friendly Dental Pathway for Paediatric patients (Michaela Goodwin, The University of Manchester)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: Adele Webb

Decision: Shortlist


NIHR151834 - Exploring and enhancing the everyday experiences and needs of hospital nurses in the use and implementation of health information technologies (HIT): a participatory ethnographic study to optimise nursing policy and practice in a comprehensively digitised NHS (Amit Desai, King’s College London)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: Kathryn Rowan

Decision: Decline


NIHR151953 - Observing and Communicating CHange - Improving quality and enhancing status (OCCHI): a development and feasibility study with users and providers of homecare (Georgina Charlesworth, North East London NHS Foundation Trust)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: None

Decision: Shortlist


NIHR151802 - Evaluation of the implementation of the Midwifery Continuity of Carer (MCoC) model of care in England. (Aled Jones, Cardiff University)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Judith Smith, Jane Hopkinson

Decision: Shortlist


NIHR151887 - Experience Based Co-Design For Psychosis Aligned Integrated Care Services: Serving Ethnically Diverse People with Multimorbidity (CoPICS) (Kamaldeep Bhui, University of Oxford)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Judith Smith 

Decision: Decline

Post Meeting Note: Chair’s decision to shortlist

 

21/576 Improving choice, access, and uptake of contraception for women, including transgender and non-binary people

NIHR151241 - Improving choice, access and uptake of contraception for women and those from under-represented genders also assigned female at birth (Rebecca French, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)

Chair: Andrew Booth

Declared a conflict and left the room: Judith Smith 

Decision: Decline


NIHR152117 - Improving equitable access and use of contraception: A co-designed mixed methods study with marginalised user groups including trans and non-binary users. (Rachael Eastham, Lancaster University)

Chair: Andrew Booth

Declared a conflict and left the room: Judith Smith

Decision: Decline 

21/573 NIHR James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnerships Rolling Call

NIHR151668 - Inclusive prehabilitation (I-Prehab) for improved cancer outcomes: mixed-methods evaluation research to enhance access, acceptance and adherence (Jane Hopkinson, Cardiff University)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: Jane Hopkinson, Sue Jordan

Decision: Shortlist

 

Stage Two Applications

21/16 Improving Support for Adult and/or Older Carers

NIHR135118 - We are Family: A Realist Evaluation of how best to support family carers of people living with dementia attending Meeting Centres (Shirley Evans, University of Worcester)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: Andrew Booth, Kerryn Husk, Andrea Williamson

Decision: Decline

 

NIHR135080 - Tired of spinning plates: an exploration of the mental health experiences of adults and/or older carers of adults with learning disabilities. (Katherine Runswick-Cole, The University of Sheffield)

Chair: Judith Smith

Declared a conflict and left the room: Andrew Booth, Alicia O’Cathain 

Decision: Fund with changes

 

Day Two - Thursday 18th March 

Venue

Virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams

Present Members

  • Kathy Rowan (Programme Director - Chair of Day Two)
  • Kam Bhui (Deputy Chair)
  • Kath Checkland (Deputy Chair)
  • Grazia Antonacci (Committee Member Development Scheme (CMDS) Participant)
  • Sarah Alderson
  • Alison Allam (Public Committee Member)
  • Katja Behrendt
  • Andrew Booth
  • Brendan Collins
  • Dawn Dowding
  • Sandra Duggan (Public Committee Member)
  • Sebastian Hinde (Committee Member Development Scheme (CMDS) Participant)
  • Jane Hopkinson
  • Kerryn Husk
  • Sue Jordan
  • Rashmi Kumar (Public Committee Member)
  • Michael Molete (Public Committee Member)
  • Alicia O’Cathain
  • Victoria Tzortziou-Brown
  • Alan Watkins
  • Adele Webb (Public Committee Member)
  • Charlotte Williams
  • Andrea Williamson

Secretariat

  • Stephanie Garfield-Birkbeck
  • Suzy Hopper
  • Donna White
  • Sophie Cherrie
  • Tara Lamont

Apologies

  • Gerald McKenna
  • Judith Smith 

Observers

  • Michael Bowdery, Head of Programmes for Health, and Care Research Wales
  • Roshan Das Nair, HSDR Inclusion Observer
  • Hazel Taylor, RDS Adviser 
  • Gavin Rudge, Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
  • Ruth Swire, Assistant Research Manager, Monitoring Team, NIHR

Quoracy Information

Voting members: 24 (Quoracy = 16 = 66%)
Voting members present on Day 1: 22 (92%)

 

Stage Two Applications

21/614 HSDR Invitation Call March 2022

NIHR152084 - Programme of Research for Alcohol Care Teams: Impact, Value and Effectiveness (ProACTIVE -2) (Julia Sinclair, University of Southampton)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson, Kam Bhui 

Decision: Fund with changes

 

21/615 HSDR Fast-track Call March 2022 (Straight to Stage Two)

NIHR151848 - An evaluation of quality improvement collaboratives aligned to a national audit to improve the uptake of insulin pumps for people with diabetes (Michael Sykes) (Northumbria University)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson, Alicia O’Cathain

Decision: Fund with changes

 

21/10 Researcher-Led

NIHR134866 - Improving uptake, experience, and implementation of interpreting services in primary care: a mixed methods study with South Asian communities in England. (Katrina Whitaker, University of Surrey)

Chair: Kam Bhui

Declared a conflict and left the room: Judith Smith, Charlotte Williams

Decision: Fund with Changes

 

NIHR135217 - Periprosthetic femoral fractures: data, management and outcomes (Alex Bottle, Imperial College London)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson, Andrea Williamson, Grazia Antonacci

Decision: Fund with change

 

NIHR135311 - Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment in Prison (DeCIsion): A feasibility cluster randomised controlled trial and embedded realist-informed formative process evaluation (Katrina Forsyth, The University of Manchester)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Kath Checkland, Jane Hopkinson

Decision: Decline

 

NIHR135034 - Developing interventions to reduce ‘missingness’ in health care (Andrea Williamson, University of Glasgow)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Andrew Booth, Kerryn Husk, Andrea Williamson

Decision: Fund with Changes

 

NIHR135102 - Developing Realist Economic Evaluation Methods (REEM) and Guidance to Evaluate the Effectiveness, Costs, and Benefits of Complex Interventions. (Sonia Dalkin, Northumbria University)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson, Andrew Booth, Dawn Dowding, Kerryn Husk, Judith Smith, Andrea Williamson

Decision: Fund with Changes

 

NIHR134540 - Mapping underdoctored areas: the impact of medical training pathways on NHS workforce distribution and health inequalities (Liz Brewster, Lancaster University)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: None

Decision: Fund with changes

 

NIHR135031 - Improving the quality of care for men with Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms (AAA) who undergo regular screening: reducing the psychosocial consequences of screening and developing a patient-centred Exit Strategy from surveillance (Alicia O'Cathain, The University of Sheffield)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Andrew Booth, Alicia O'Cathain, Sebastian Hinde

Decision: Fund with changes

 

NIHR135108 - Quality, safety and clinical governance in NHS and independent hospitals: lessons from the interface (Kieran Walshe, The University of Manchester)

Chair: Kam Bhui

Declared a conflict and left the room: Kath Checkland, Brendan Collins, Dawn Dowding, Alicia O'Cathain, Judith Smith, Alan Watkins, Sebastian Hinde, Michael Molete

Decision: Fund with changes

 

NIHR134306 - Improving monitoring of the baby during uncomplicated labour: a study using experience-based co-design (Rachel Rowe, University of Oxford)

Chair: Kath Checkland

Declared a conflict and left the room: Jane Hopkinson, Kerryn Husk, Alicia O'Cathain, Kathryn Rowan

Decision: Fund with changes

 

21/614 Deferred/Resubmissions

NIHR151811 - Crisis care for children and young people with mental health problems: national mapping, models of delivery, sustainability and experience (CAMH-Crisis2) (Ben Hannigan, Cardiff University)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Jane Hopkinson 

Decision: Fund with changes

 

NIHR151812 - How could implementation of the Discharge Medicines Service be improved? A mixed methods process evaluation in an integrated care system. (Beth Fylan, University of Bradford)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson, Dawn Dowding, Sebastian Hinde

Decision: Decline

 

NIHR151850 - Understanding how Infection Prevention and Control interventions work in care homes: A realist synthesis (Dawn Dowding, The University of Manchester)

Chair: Kathy Rowan

Declared a conflict and left the room: Sarah Alderson, Andrew Booth, Kath Checkland, Dawn Dowding

Decision: Decline