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Research for Patient Benefit Programme - Competition 38 Stage 2 and Competition 39 Stage 1 Minutes - Yorkshire and North East

 

Contents

Date and location:

held on Tuesday 24 September 2019 at York Marriott Hotel, Tadcaster Road, Dringhouses, York YO24 1QQ

In attendance:

Professor Justin Durham (Chair)
Ms Alison Allam
Dr Katie Brittain
Mrs Michelle Collinson
Dr Jon Dickson
Mrs Joyce Fox
Dr Chao Huang
Professor Richard Neal
Ms Suzanne Shepherd
Dr Adam Todd
Dr Maureen Twiddy
Mr Simon Walker
Dr Philip Whitehead


Dr Stuart Haylock (NIHR CCF)
Mr Mathew Bolton (NIHR CCF)
Dr Jennie Hejdenberg (NIHR CCF)
Dr David Baghurst (Observer - NIHR CCF)
Mrs Jane Stewart (Observer – NIHR RDS East Midlands)

Apologies were received from panel members Professor John Baker, Dr Daniel Hind, Dr Laura Sheard, Dr Judith Dyson and Professor Jonathan Ling. Apologies were received from NIHR RDS London observer Ms Toqir Mukhtar.

 

Competition 38 Stage 2 applications considered

NIHR200741: Feasibility and acceptability of providing wound care education in Diabetes: the Wound care Education iN Diabetes’ (WEND) study

Conflicts: None

Final outcome: Reject

NIHR201176: Increasing Physical Activity in a Medium Secure Service: The Development and Feasibility of a Physical ACTivity Intervention (IMPACT)

Conflicts:Mr Simon Walker left the room

Final outcome: Conditional support

NIHR200744: Developing a falls management tool for older adults with intellectual disabilities in community settings

Conflicts: Mrs Jane Stewart and Dr Philip Whitehead left the room

Final outcome: Conditional support

NIHR201179: Improving self and clinical management of comorbid diabetes during cancer treatments: a qualitative interview study with patients and clinicians to identify theory-based intervention targets, strategies and implementation options

Conflicts: Ms Michelle Collinson and Dr Maureen Twiddy left the room

Final outcome: Conditional support

NIHR200725: Developing normative standards for vertebral morphology in children: A feasibility study

Conflicts: Dr Chao Huang left the room

Final outcome: Conditional support

 

Competition 39 Stage 1 applications considered

NIHR201135: Management of antithrombotics pre- and post-colonoscopy within the English Bowel Cancer Screening Programme (BCSP)

Conflicts: Dr Adam Todd, Dr Philip Whitehead and Dr Katie Brittain left the room

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201127: SEMITONE- Self-sElected Music lIstening for reducTion Of deNtal anxiEty. A feasibility study to evaluate the deliverability and parameter estimations of a randomised controlled trial to assess the efficacy of self-selected music interventions during dental treatment under local anaesthetic versus standard care (no music) to reduce dental anxiety in children

Conflicts: Dr Maureen Twiddy left the room

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR201078: Managing Unusual Sensory Experiences (MUSE): A feasibility trial of a targeted, psycho-education toolkit for distressing hallucinations, in people with a first episode of psychosis

Conflicts: Dr Adam Todd left the room

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR201084: Supporting cancer patients during chemotherapy through a carer-oriented educational intervention: A feasibility study

Conflicts: None

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201110: MOuth care to Prevent Pneumonia in older people Trial (MOPPET): a feasibility study to inform a stepped-wedge cluster randomised trial

Conflicts: Dr Adam Todd, Mr Simon Walker and Professor Justin Durham left the room 

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR201068: Psychosocial support for people with Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) and family carers: A multi-centre feasibility study of ‘POETRY’ a group-based intervention in secondary care

Conflicts: Dr Adam Todd remained out of the room. Dr Philip Whitehead and Dr Katie Brittain left the room

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201152: Co-production and Formative Evaluation of the 'Good Life' Approach - Peer-Led Post-Diagnostic Support for People Living with Dementia

Conflicts: Dr Philip Whitehead remained out of the room. Dr Maureen Twiddy and Dr Chao Huang left the room

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201056: Understanding and enhancing medicines management resilience in home-dwelling older people living with frailty

Conflicts: Dr Adam Todd left the room

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR201151: Grip Of LiFe (GOLF) Study: Development of an exercise protocol to reduce pain and improve activity of daily living in elderly with hand osteoarthritis

Conflicts: Dr Maureen Twiddy left the room

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201059: Evaluating the use of levothyroxine treatment to reduce miscarriage in women with mild thyroid dysfunction: an individual patient data meta-analysis

Conflicts: None

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR201094: Optical Pressure Ulcer Study (OPUS): Proof of concept study using novel tissue vascular optics and impedance measurements to identify patients at high risk of pressure ulceration

Conflicts: Professor Richard Neal left the room

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201066: Validation of a brief, patient-centred outcome measure (a questionnaire called IPOS-Liver) for end-stage liver disease

Conflicts: Dr Maureen Twiddy and Dr Chao Huang left the room

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201132: Prevention of atrial fibrillation related stroke: an investigation of patient refusal of anticoagulation

Conflicts: None

Outcome: Reject

NIHR201120: Exploring the needs of women with perinatal mental health difficulties to improve their experience of generic healthcare services

Conflicts: None

Outcome: Invite to Stage 2

NIHR201016: Developing a compassionate wound care approach to self-harm in primary care

Conflicts: None

Outcome: Reject

 

 

Outcomes table for C38 Stage 2 and C39 Stage 1

This table displays the mean score for each application that was assessed in the regional assessment committee meeting, and excludes applications that were rejected during the scrutiny and triage processes. Applications are listed according to mean score and outcome. The RfPB fundable range is 6-10 although a score of 6-10 does not guarantee funding. In exceptional circumstances and with approval from the Programme Director, applications may be invited/funded which fall below the fundable range.

 

  Fundable range Rejected range
Score 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Stage 2                    
                     
                     

 

  Fundable range Rejected range
Score 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Stage 1