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October Newsletter: CLAHRC NWL Showcases Implementation Science & Quality Improvement @ ISQua 2017

This year, London hosted the 34th international scientific meeting of the International Society of Quality in Health Care (ISQua), where members of the CLAHRC Northwest London team presented in a variety of sessions over the 4 days contributing to the... Continue Reading →

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Prof Bryony Dean-Franklin Awarded nearly 93k Pharmacy Research UK Grant

@BryonyDF awarded approx 93k @PharmResUK grant to investigate the use of patient-held information about medication (PHIMed) to support medicines optimization over 18 months.

September Newsletter: No Man Is An Island – The importance of networks in community and social care settings

The English poet John Donne once said, “No man is an island”. Work done by David Sunkersing and Sophie Spitters in community and social care settings supports this statement. They demonstrate that proactive use and development of networks, whether that be a patient or healthcare professional network, offers many benefits.

2017 Summer Collaborative Learning Event: Summary of Activities

July Newsletter: Capacity Building in CLAHRCS

CLAHRC NWL’s Collaborative Learning and Partnerships (CLP) Cross Cutting Theme builds capacity and capability for the delivery of improvement in complex healthcare systems. We deliver a comprehensive capacity building programme designed to equip NHS staff, patients/carers and researchers with the... Continue Reading →

April Newsletter: Supporting Vulnerable Adults

At Northwick Park Hospital an educational programme has been in place for those who care for patients with symptoms of alcohol dependency and recovery . Too often dependent patients being treated for other physical conditions are released with limited understanding... Continue Reading →

February Newsletter 2017: Health Economics

While it has always been important to spend allotments for health services wisely, maintaining an awareness and record of efficiency is now both effective and beneficial for the improvement of the quality of services and care. In the last year NIHR... Continue Reading →

January Newsletter 2017: Supporting Self-Care

Asthma is one of the most common long-term conditions in the UK. An estimated 75% of hospital admissions are avoidable and 90% of deaths from Asthma are preventable. People with asthma have an elevated incidence of anxiety/depression and effective treatment of... Continue Reading →

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