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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 →
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 →
Over the past 3 and half years CLAHRC Northwest London has been working in partnership with a mental health team to improve the physical health of people with a serious mental illness, based on current best practice and evidence. Initially... Continue Reading →
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 →
@BryonyDF awarded approx 93k @PharmResUK grant to investigate the use of patient-held information about medication (PHIMed) to support medicines optimization over 18 months.
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.
Meerat is passionate about understanding how we can all take an active part in shaping healthcare systems. Her academic background, and career before the NHS, led her to work in countries and climates where she saw the power and passion... Continue Reading →