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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 →

Spring Collaborative Learning Event: Quality Improvement through Patient and Public Involvement

Last chance to register for the Spring Collaborative Learning Event! We look forward to seeing you there!

CLAHRC NWL Fellow Sandra Jayacodi Highlights The Importance of Discussing Mental Health

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 →

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 →

Building Capacity and capability of measurement in the ‘CLAHRC Community’ through Shared Learning

As part of CLAHRC's Public Health and Information Intelligence Cross Cutting Theme (PHII), we aim to build capacity and capability of measurement by teaching those in our community why it is important to measure; what to measure; how to measure; and understanding... Continue Reading →

Academic Health Science Centres: learning from the social sciences

As part of her research on academic health organisations, Dr Catherine French (Collaborative Learning and Partnerships Programme Lead, NIHR CLAHRC NWL), with Professor Naomi Fulop (Professor of Health Organisation and Management at the Department of Applied Health Research, UCL) and... Continue Reading →

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