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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 →

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NIHR CLAHRC NWL and Our Mobile Health Digital Health Community Launch

Our Mobile Health and CLAHRC Northwest London to collaborate on health app assessment through newly-created Digital Health Community Community aims to improve access to high-quality, evidence-based health applications. Our Mobile Health and NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London have joined forces to... Continue Reading →

January Newsletter: CLAHRC NWL Champions Collaboration and Networking to Help Address Gaps in Workforce Development

Improving the quality of healthcare involves collaboration between many different stakeholders. Collaborative learning theory suggests that teaching different professional groups alongside each other may enable them to develop skills in how to collaborate effectively, but there is little literature on... Continue Reading →

CLAHRC Research Associate Grazia Antonacci Appointed to European Health Parliament

On 17 October 2017 the third edition of the European Health Parliament (EHP) was officially launched in Brussels. Grazia Antonacci from NIHR CLAHRC NWL was selected to join the parliament along with 55 young professionals representing European members States.

Sickle Cell Infographic Scoops National Award

Sickle Cell infographic created in collaboration by Picker, The Sickle Cell Society and NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London has won a national award.

Leading Pharmacists Discuss The Deprescribing Debate In New A Themed Journal Issue

CLAHRC NWL’s Dr Julie Reed, Deputy Director and Academic Lead, was interviewed by Harriet Vickers, Multimedia producer from BMJ Quality for her quality improvement podcast about the problem with the PDSA (Plan Do Study Act) paper. The podcast focuses on Harriet Vickers talking ‘to doctors and other healthcare professionals about how they’ve gone about improving […]

DR Julie Reed Receives OBHC Award for Paper

Dr Julie Reed and Dr Heather KaplancWins OBHC 2016 Award.

CLAHRC NWL’S PDSA Paper Reaches 100,000 Downloads

The Systematic review of the application of the plan–do–study–act method to improve quality in healthcare was first published on the 11th of September 2013 by Michael J Taylor, Chris McNicholas, Chris Nicolay, Ara Darzi, Derek Bell, Julie E Reed. Plan–do–study–act... Continue Reading →

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