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> News and developments
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> Events
> Patient and Public Involvement (PPI)
> From our partners
> Misc' information and updates

Early intervention services can save NHS millions

A CLAHRC Oxford and Oxford AHSN study led by our Early Intervention theme lead and Deputy Director, Professor Belinda Lennox, has shown how early community intervention to tackle psychosis paves the way to shave £63 million off the societal costs of the illness. 
More here.


New projects launched

In September of last year, CLAHRC Oxford announced the launch of 11 new projects tackling issues ranging from weight management and mental health to understanding and using patient experience feedback to improve health services.
More here.


Double win at BNF awards for CLAHRC Oxford researchers

HRH Princess Anne presented Professor Susan Jebb and Dr Carmen Piernas with British Nutrition Foundation awards.
More here.

What do we know about online patient feedback? 

Implementing an evidence-based hand exercise programme 

CLAHRC Oxford stakeholder symposium 2017

Tuesday, June 06, St Anne's College, Woodstock Road, Oxford

As well as an update on the impacts of the CLAHRC's work so far, the day will be focussed on what is an increasingly a challenging health and social care landscape. We will be hosting workshops, developed with our partners, throughout the day on subjects including: 
  • health technology;
  • minimising waste in research;
  • implementation science;
  • innovation in geriatric care,
  • developing new types of services with patients; and
  • even more...!
Keep an eye on our events page for updates.
Check out this 
video to see what people thought of our last symposium.

The CLAHRC Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) conference

Thursday, 08 June, St Anne's College, Woodstock road, Oxford.
This unique event brings together leading experts and early career researchers to engage with the latest advances in the field of PROMs research and implementation. 
>More here

Involvement Matters:

Sign up for a new e-bulletin, 'Involvement Matters', containing info and opportunities about and for involving the public in health research, care and commissioning across the region. You can find out more and sign up here.
The CLAHRC edits this newsletter on behalf of the Thames Valley Patient Experience Operational group.

PPI guide for researchers updated:

Among other resources, the guide includes information to consider before you begin, advice on finances, advertising, recruiting, and running meetings that involve PPI contributors.

You can also find a welcome pack for contributors and other useful links on the same page.
You can view and download the pack here.

PPI Pulse

PPI Pulse is a quarterly newsletter for PPI contributors and researchers, sharing news, information, interviews and more in-depth stories related to PPI.

You can view online or download PPI Pulse from:

PPI Pulse is co-produced with the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.
  • Diagnostic Evidence Cooperative (DEC) Oxford: Diagnostics Forum 2017, May 16-17 >Read more
  • Oxford AHSN: Partner showcases on the road >Read more
  • Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust: Mental Health Nurse of the year >Read more
  • Oxford University: Brain Diaries – a new exhibition >Read more


A bite-sized summary of collaborative work on heart failure survival rates between CLAHRC Oxford and CLAHRC West Midlands
Professor Ray Fitzpatrick, who leads the CLAHRCs 'patient experience and patient reported outcome measures' theme, was featured in this short film from Oxford University on 'keeping the patient in the picture'.
The National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (NIHR CLAHRC) Oxford at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is a partnership between universities, healthcare commissioners and healthcare providers across Oxford and the Thames Valley. 

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