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Spring Collaborative Learning Event: Quality Improvement through Patient and Public Involvement

NIHR CLAHRC NWL invites you to register for our CLAHRC Spring Collaborative Learning Event

26th APR 2018 | 8:30 – 16:30 | Congress Centre | 28 Great Russell St | London WC1B 3LS… 79 more words


How to choose a uni and supervisors?

It’s the fellowship season (read ‘panic’) again. I get at least an email per day asking for advice. This year much of the emails’ content has been about how to choose the host university and supervisors. 1,710 more words


Brian Turley Awards 2018 for Patient and Carer Involvement now open to all three London CLAHRCs

This inaugural award was made in 2017 by NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London in memory of Brian Turley, a dedicated and committed patient advocate and disability rights campaigner. 176 more words


Newsflash: Could you be a standard bearer for public involvement? Expressions of interest invited. #ppistandards @OfficialNIHR @ResearchWales @publichealthni @CSO_Scotland

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) together with its equivalents across the other UK nations – the Chief Scientist’s Office in Scotland, Health and Care Research Wales, and Public Health Agency Northern Ireland – has been leading the development of UK national standards to improve the quality and consistency of public involvement. 206 more words

Medical Research

NIHR Research guidance videos

NIHR Clinical Research Overview:

What makes a good research question

NIHR Clinical Research Network Study Support Service

What makes a good NIHR application – Professor Alan Smyth… 132 more words

New mental health research framework announced: has Christmas come early?#NIHRmentalhealth

One of the unintended consequences of writing a blog is that it can be a helpful chronicle enabling you to trace the history of issues and events over many years. 745 more words

Medical Research

Putting patient safety first

by Maria Panagioti, Senior Research Fellow

Delivering safe healthcare to patients and preventing patient harm is an international priority. Despite this, patient safety incidents are not uncommon. 635 more words

Patient Safety