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

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


Building Research Infrastructure in Social Enterprises

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
WRIGHT Nat (Clinical Research Director: Spectrum Social Enterprise) McEvoy Phil (Managing Director: Six Degrees Social Enterprise)  
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Exploring the way in which R&D have engaged with the CRN on initiatives

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
Rowbotham Julie, R&D Manager, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Jane Greenaway, R&D Manager, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust Potts Caroline, Head of Research & Development, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Burton Morag, Industry Operations Manager, NIHR Clinical Research Network: North East and North Cumbria
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Has HLO1 had a counterproductive impact upon the quality of research in the NHS?

Theme 2: Doing More With Less
Authors:
Roberts, Paul (Research Manager, Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, Essex)   
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Improving access to research in mental health: Everyone Included an update

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
Durant, Claire (Research Associate: AWP) McCann, Bryony (Project Officer: AWP) Antoniades, Hannah (Associate Director of Research, AWP) 
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Life in the Fast Lane: Collaberating to deliver Research in Ambulance Services

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
Rees, Nigel. (Paramedic, Head of Research & Innovation: Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust)   
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Meeting Financial Challenges

Theme 2: Doing More With Less
Authors:
Helen Cox Charlotte Bailey Amna Shah 
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Mental Health Research in the NHS – collaborating to make the case

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
BRADSHAW, Ian (Policy Manager: McPin Foundation)   
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Research All of Me

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
Tomlinson, Lee ((R&D Manager, Kent Community Healthcare Foundation Trust) Dickens, Sarah (R&D Manager, Kent & Medway Partnership Trust)  
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Research opt out: Improving opportunities to hear about research

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
CASE, Philippa (Research Manager: Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) TELLING, Tanya (Assistant Director of Research, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust)  
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Roles, responsibilities, legal implications & ethics of PPI in co-design

Theme 3: Working Better Together
Authors:
Anne-Laure Donskoy SUCWG Viriginia Minogue SUCWG (possibly?)  
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Use of EDGE for finance

Theme 2: Doing More With Less
Authors:
Booth, Zoe (Business Support Services Manager: Research and Development, University Hopsitals of North Midlands NHS Trust) Harvey, Paul (Research Funding Officer: Research and Development, University Hopsitals of North Midlands NHS Trust)  
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‘Count Me In’ – making participation in research accessible to all

Theme 1: Adding Value
Authors:
Ostler, Chantel (Lead Research Clinician: Solent NHS Trust) HYATT, Lisa (Research Nurse: Solent NHS Trust) Williams, Sarah (Associate Director of Research and Clinical Effectiveness: Solent NHS Trust) 
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