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Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care

QI4U: Learn Quality Improvement in Bite Sizes

NIHR CLAHRC NWL's Learning and Improvement Fellow, Vimal Sriram, works in the Collaborative Learning and Partnerships Theme, focusing on building capacity and capability of patients, clinical, non-clinical and academic staff in the use of the CLAHRC NWL  systematic approach for quality improvement... Continue Reading →

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CLAHRC NWL Brings Predictive Modelling Problem to Imperial’s Data Drive Hackathon

The NIHR CLAHRC NWL PHII team participated in a ‘Data Dive’ hackathon event hosted by the Imperial College Mathematics Department from 2nd July to 6th of July 2018. There were five different real-world ‘catchy’ problems presented. One of the problems... Continue Reading →

How interventions are spread: Winning second prize at the Research as Art Summer Showcase

The Imperial College London Graduate School organised their annual Summer Showcase on Friday July 13th. The showcase aims to celebrate research undertaken by PhD students at Imperial via a poster and a research as art exhibition. Sophie Spitters joined the research as art exhibition, showcasing her NIHR CLAHRC NWL research, and won second prize! Read about her art work and her experience at the showcase.

Summer Collaborative Learning Event: Learning Together for Quality Improvement

Register for the Summer Collaborative Learning Event! We look forward to seeing you there!

June Newsletter: Knowledge Management and Information Exchange in the CLAHRC NWL Fellowship

The CLAHRC NWL Improvement Leader Fellowship is a unique opportunity to share learning across disciplines and to enrich the improvement learning by having patients learning alongside healthcare professionals. The Fellowship is designed to facilitate knowledge and information exchange across disciplinary... Continue Reading →

NIHR CLAHRC Team Awarded SPARC Awards

NIHR Infrastructure Short Placement Award for Research Collaboration (SPARC) announced successful candidates for the SPARC Awards 2018. Of the candidates that were successful, three NIHR CLAHRC NWL team members were awarded the opportunity designed to foster collaboration & enhance early... Continue Reading →

May Newsletter: A Sociological Approach to Transitions to Adulthood in Sickle Cell Disease

Alicia Renedo, Cicely Marston & Sam Miles (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Our NIHR-funded project, ‘This Sickle Cell Life’, examines young people’s experiences of living with sickle cell, and explores how young people with sickle cell move from... Continue Reading →

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