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NIHR CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber will be attending this event. Places were limited and we have representatives from our Healthy Children, Healthy Families theme and colleagues from our ADHD project within our Telehealth and Telecare Technologies Theme.
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CLAHRC Child and Young People’s Mental Health Research
East of EnglandChild Health
5 May 2017 08:30
Anstey Hall, Cambridge
NETWORK: with lead researchers and key stakeholders* in CYP MH from across CLAHRCs
EXPLORE: barriers, solutions and successes for implementing research into practice
IDENTIFY: opportunities for collaborative working
9.30 Arrival, registration and refreshments
Review CLAHRC posters on turning key research findings into differences in practice
9.45 Welcome, Introductions and Objectives
Welcome and context: Prof Miranda Wolpert, MBE, Director of Evidenced Based Practice UCL, CLAHRC North Thames
What do we want to achieve today?
10.35 What are our priorities for improving evidenced based practice in CYP MH?
What have been main contributions and impacts of CYP MH work in CLAHRCs so far?
What are our priorities improving evidence based practice in CYP MH?
12.00 What are our aspirations for CYP MH impact and activity in CLAHRCs?
Where are we now?
What are the key steps to closing the gap?
14.00 What might limit our effectiveness? What has been effective so far?
14.45 Identify opportunities for collaborative working to enhance impact in practice of CLAHRCs CYP MH research
What are our clear shared goals and how do we want to work together?
15.15 How can we progress our shared interests effectively – commitments and next event?
How can we continue to work together on CYP MH across CLAHRCs?
What do we want next and future events to focus on?
15.45 Closing Round
What have we found useful today?
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People Power: The Value of Working with Patients
Friday 19 May 2017
Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day
Tour of the Clinical Research Facility
Clinical Research Facility, O Floor, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2JF
Take a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities which offer patients a dedicated space to take part in clinical research in a warm and welcoming environment. There will also be the chance to interact with some of the specific tests used in clinical trials.
Book your free place on the tour
Talk and Exhibition
Exhibition: 5.30–6pm and 7–7.45pm
Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN), University of Sheffield, 385a Glossop Rd, Sheffield S10 2HQ
Join us for an evening discussing the importance of researchers working with patients. We will explore research studies where patients have played an influential role and hear how academics can work with patients to transform services. Speakers will include:
- Professor Brendan Stone from the School of English, was given the Excellence in Patient Experience Award by the NHS Yorkshire and Humber Leadership Academy in recognition of his work to improve support services for people with mental health issues.
- Dr Esther Hobson from SITraN will speak about patient and public involvement both through the Sheffield Motor Neurone Disease (MND)Research Advisory Group and involvement on specific projects including the Sheffield Support Snood, MyTube (an information website made with patients for patients with MND) and TiM (telehealth in MND).
There will be an exhibition to browse before and after the talk with stands showcasing the different ways people can get involved in health research.
Book your free place on the talk
International Clinical Trials Day
International Clinical Trials Day commemorates the day that James Lind started his trial on the deadly disease scurvy. In 1747 Lind was serving as a surgeon on HMS Salisbury. His trial consisted of 12 men with scurvy, grouped into pairs and given a variety of dietary supplements from cider to oranges and lemons. After six days, there was a noticeable improvement in the group eating the fruit, providing evidence of the link between citrus fruits and scurvy. Clinical trials have developed a great deal since Lind’s discovery and are of vital importance in medical research.
Find out more about getting involved in clinical research on the Clinical Research Office website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
International Clinical Trials Day – ‘Ask the Researcher’
Friday 19 May 2017 12:30 – 15:30 BST
Join us for afternoon of interactive talks and discussions about some of the exciting Emergency Care and Mental Health research taking place in Sheffield.
The afternoon will begin at 12.30pm where there will be a welcome lunch and a marketplace of stands and stalls including local NHS trusts, our National Institute for Health Research facilities and our numerous patient and public involvement panels that are dedicated to ensuring that the patient’s perspective is embedded into ongoing research projects in key disease areas.
From 1.30pm to 3.30pm, a group of researchers will present and discuss a series of talks on emergency care and mental health research.There will be plenty of opportunity to enter into some thought-provoking discussion with both researchers and members of the public already involved in research.
This event is taking place as part of number of activities taking place to celebrate International Clinical Trials Day.
Please register via eventbrite link below:
For further information, please contact Jackie Palmer –
Tel: 0114 2265412 Email: Jacqueline.Palmer@sth.nhs.uk
Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Group
Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Centre
Ask the Researcher Events
Come along to find out more about the latest research in musculoskeletal diseases and discuss with the researchers
All events are held in Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Centre at Chapel Allerton Hospital (1st floor), at both lunchtime (12.30-2.30pm) and evening (6-8pm), with light refreshments provided at start
Upcoming events include:
20th April 2017: Life Long Joints Project
An update on results from the European Lifelongjoints project which aims to improve the lifespan and performance of implants used for joint replacement
29th June 2017: World Scleroderma Day
Hear about updates on scleroderma research
14th September 2017: Osteoarthritis and stem cells
Research on how mesenchymal stem cells are involved in tissue damage in osteoarthritis, and how this can be treated
October and December events still to be announced
For further details see our website: www.lmbru.leeds.ac.uk