NIHR CLAHRC NWL offers an alternative way to build capacity in individuals via an eLearning resource called QI4U (Quality Improvement for You). Quality Improvement (QI) methods in healthcare are normally delivered through classroom-based education. This traditional way of training creates... Continue Reading →
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 →
NIHR CLAHRC NWL Improvement Leader Fellow Sandra Jayacodi recently featured on the 'Time To Change' blog discussing why she believes it is important to discuss mental health in the South Asian community. Sandra is a qualified solicitor, with a... Continue Reading →
(2017). Professionals learning together with patients: An exploratory study of a collaborative learning Fellowship programme for healthcare improvement. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Ahead of Print. Rowan Myron, Catherine French, Paul Sullivan, Ganesh Sathyamoorthy, James Barlow & Linda Pomeroy Pages 1-9 | Received 15 Dec 2016, Accepted... Continue Reading →
CLAHRC NWL Fellow @SunitaS2016 presents project that aims to empower new mothers @ DigitalHealth.London Accelerator 2017.
Lord Nigel Crisp, former Chief Executive of the NHS, hosted a breakfast meeting at The House of Lords on the 4th of July 2017 organised by the National Institute of Health Research. The aim of the event was to showcase... Continue Reading →
Rachel Matthews is an experienced registered nurse by background with 14 years of clinical experience caring for people with heart and lung conditions. Rachel is the Theme Lead for CLAHRC NWL's Patient and Public Engagement and Involvement (PPEI) and has an MSc... Continue Reading →