The NHS R&D Forum have received a large number of breakout session abstracts for the 2017 Annual NHS R&D Forum in Manchester on the 15th and 16th May 2017. The abstracts for the breakout sessions that have been accepted are shown below.

2017 Programme | Speaker Profiles | Exhibitors
Abstracts: Posters | Breakouts | Small Group Sessions


100 Reasons Not to Do Research: The Case for Demonstrating Value That Matters

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
Williams, Sarah (Associate Director of Research: Solent NHS Trust)   
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A New Research Delivery Team – 12 months on

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
ALI, Asifa R&D Lead Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS F Trust COOK, Wendy Lead Research Nurse Manager; Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS F Trust WOOD, Tracy, Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS F Trust 
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Adding Value to research potential: indicators, monitoring, and collaboration

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
WESTMORE, Matt (Director of NETSCC: NIHR) PAYNE, Helen (Senior Research Manager: NIHR) CHINNERY, Fay (Research Fellow: NIHR) LE MOIGNAN, Fabia (Research Manager, NIHR)
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Can I have a word please?

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
Stock, Chris (Head of R&D communications and strategy: University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust   
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Increasing patient benefit through gaining University Status for NHS Trusts

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
SMITH, Phillip (Associate Director Research and Development: East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust) KNIGHT, Jackie (Head of Mental Health and Organisational Development, University of Hertfordshire) FARRINGTON, Ken (Head of Centre for Health Services and Clinical Research,University of Hertfordshire) 
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Leaving the EU: The implications on medical research, an NHS perspective

Theme 4: On The Horizon
Authors:
COLLEN, Sarah   
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NHS Digital Reform: Enabling Clinical Trials?

Theme 4: On The Horizon
Authors:
WAKELIN-SMITH, Jason   
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NIHR – what might the next 10 years hold?

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
WOOD, Dr. Louise   
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Optimising choice and opportunity for all

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
Maguire Holly Finney Kay Grocott Jeanette Carpio Racquel
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Pushing the Pace of NIHR Research

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
Kerridge, Lynn   
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Reimagining the R&D role: making the shift from the operational to the strategic

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
BIRCH, David   
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Six words that can capture your Trust Board’s attention

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
McGrath, Christine, Director of R&D University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust Professor Faust, Saul, Associate Medical Director for R&D, University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust Munro, Emma, R&D Head of Nursing, University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust 
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The implications of Brexit

Theme 4: On The Horizon
Authors:
GALLOWAY, Leslie   
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The role of research and development managers in reducing waste in research

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
MINOGUE, Virginia. Research lead, NHS England. WELLS, Bill. Head of Research and Development Finance, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust,  
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UK wide consistency and IRAS developments

Theme 4: On The Horizon
Authors:
CUBITT, Mary (4 Nations NHS/HSC Compatibility Programme Manager) Cotterill-Jones, Christopher (Senior Permissions Service Manager, Health and Care Research Wales, Wales) Doherty, Sally (R&D Manager, Western Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland) Roger, Joanne (Senior R&D Manager, NHS Grampian, Scotland)
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Unleashing awesomeness Through Team Transformation

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
CHESHIRE, Katherine (Team Leader: Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust) DAVIES, Beryl (Deputy R&D Directorate Manager / Senior Lead Research Nurse: Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust)  
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