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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 →

A Look Back at the CLAHRC NWL AutumnCollaborative Learning Event

On the 3rd of November 2016, CLAHRC NWL held their Autumn Collaborative Learning Event at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 27 Sussex Pl, London NW1 4RG, United Kingdom. The day was opened by Professor Derek Bell and unloaded a day... Continue Reading →

Winter Collaborative Learning Event: Accelerating & Sustaining Quality Improvement

NIHR CLAHRC NWL invites you to register for our CLAHRC Winter Collaborative Learning Event 2nd Feb 2017 | 8:30 - 16:30 | Congress Centre | 28 Great Russell St | London WC1B 3LS Directions Registration is now open for the NIHR CLAHRC NWL Winter Collaborative Learning Event... Continue Reading →

December Newsletter 2016: Ageing and Dementia

Frail, dependent, care home residents are especially vulnerable to dehydration. This is in large part due to physical or cognitive impairments, and the organisation of care in these challenging environments. Dehydration is a significant problem among older people, which has... Continue Reading →

DR Julie Reed Receives OBHC Award for Paper

Dr Julie Reed and Dr Heather KaplancWins OBHC 2016 Award.

November Newsletter: Supporting Vulnerable Children

1 in 8 babies born in the UK will need to be admitted for neonatal care. Having a baby in intensive care is something no parent is prepared for. Parents are scared and worried, they don’t always understand the medical... Continue Reading →

CLAHRC NWL’s PHD Student @ The NIHR Doctoral Training Camp

Sophie is currently studying the implementation of care pathways for children with allergies, looking at Itchy Sneezy Wheezy projects as case studies. Read below to hear more about Sophie's experience of the training camp.

Collaboration between quantitative and qualitative researchers

Tomasz Szymański, CLAHRC NWL's PhD student for Frailty ventured on a trip to South Africa as part of his Fellowship which is a collaboration between Imperial College London (IC) and the University of Cape Town. Tomasz Szymanski is pursuing a PhD in... Continue Reading →

Barts / CLAHRC NWL Improvement Leader Fellowship

In 2017 Barts Health NHS Trust will partner with the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) Northwest London (NWL) to provide an Improvement Leaders Fellowship Programme. The aim of this programme is to develop our  future... Continue Reading →

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