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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 →

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 →

April Newsletter: Woman’s Health & Maternity Care – Adopting Design Thinking Approach to Inpatient Postnatal Care

NIHR CLAHRC NWL Improvement Leader Fellow Sunita Sharma presented her improvement project being done at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation trust at the Jonkoping Clinical Microsystems Festival 2018. The project focuses on improving women’s experience during inpatient postnatal period... Continue Reading →

March Newsletter: Reducing Health Inequalities

Predictors of outcomes for patients with common mental health disorders receiving psychological therapies in community settings: a systematic review. Amati F, Banks C, Greenfield G, Green J. Psychological therapies are increasingly delivered in community care settings. In existing literature, patient,... Continue Reading →

February Newsletter: A Look at the Hand & Wrist Virtual Fracture Clinic Pathway

Hand and wrist fractures are the most common fracture presentation to accident and emergency departments within the UK. Complications following both simple and complex hand and wrist fractures can have devastating consequences. The British Orthopaedic Association recommends initial assessment in... 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 →

November Newsletter: An exciting time to be working in mental health within CLAHRC NWL

It’s an exciting time to be working in mental health within CLAHRC NWL. With quality improvement and the patient’s interests always at heart, looking at mental health through research is uncovering how integral mental wellbeing is to the success of... Continue Reading →

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