2018 Posters

If you have had you poster accepted for the Annual 2018 NHS R&D Forum then please click here for details and requirements for display.

The NHS R&D Forum are delighted to announce that the following posters will be presented at the 2018 Conference at Celtic Manor on the 14th and 15th May 2018. We had a record number of abstract submissions this year and we look forward to the delegates reading the posters as well as voting for the ‘Delegate Poster Choice Award’. There are 3 Poster prizes this year and results will be announced at the Gala Dinner on the 14th May.

A POP –UP approach to promoting research to patients and Public

A targeted approch to GCP

Accessing Excess Treatment Costs in Wales

An insight into the experience of research staff within the NHS

An Introduction of Principal Investigator pathway improving out of hours contact

Assessing the service quality of research delivery teams.

Becoming ’one’ of the team

Boundary Spanning In Practice – A research Teams Perspective

Cardiac Clinical Research Service

Challenging the research culture in a community trust

Clinical Research – Workforce Development Award 2017-18

Collaborating For Success: A Research Community For Cardiff

Collaboration Enables Welsh Hospitals to Deliver Trial for New Cancer Treatment

Collaboration to raise awareness of clinical research activity

Collaborative Patient & Public Involvement & Engagement with our NIHR partners

Contractual Lifecycle of a Clinical Trial/Investigation/Study

Creating A Balanced Portfolio: A Radiotherapy Team Branching Out

Creating a talking point – BCUHB’s Science Slam events.

Delegating data entry: a strategy to increase recruitment capacity

Developing a model for research support

Developing future collaborative opportunities for research utilising NIHR RCF

Electronic Records v External Monitors – A solution!

Enhancing Feasibility: Linking Together

Evolution of the Workforce within the Research Environment

Getting Started with Research Audits

How a Research Charity Fund was Built at the Royal Cornwall Hospital (RCHT)

How North West London CRN has adapted to the implementation of HRA Approval

How the introduction of a Quality Assurance Lead improved the Quality Assurance

How we close the loop

Improving Opportunities to Participate in IBS Research; The ContactME-IBS Story

Increase Wealth – Increase Health: A Cost Recovery Project

Increasing Primary Care Research Participation in Cardiff and Vale

Innovative endoscopy research within the Clinical Research Facility

Making Edge Work for your NHS Trust

Maximising Access into Clinical Trials

Normalising research in critical care trials across England and Wales

North Wales Clinical Research Centre (NWCRC)

One Year to Increase Communicating about Research & Development

Optimising a collaborative workforce within a DGH and wider community

Participant Story Telling

Patient Identification Centre: Are we adding Value?

R-Peak: Greater Manchester Local Project Management System

Research activity and quality indicators in primary care

Research Awareness at RJAH Orthopaedic Hospital: Staff and Patient Survey 2017

Research in the NHS – The Reality.

Smashing the Silo: an innovative approach to research workforce development

Staff attitude, patient feedback, and lasting improvements to the patient care

Supporting community research: Case examples of collaborative work

Supporting non-medical staff to combine a role in research and clinical practice

Technology transforming the lives of children

The Big Picture

The Challenges of Clinical Engagement in Research

The Diabetes Research Unit Cymru (DRU Cymru) Public Reference Panel

The HEAT is on!

The introduction of new research roles has facilitated research provision

The Journey for Community AHPs to Develop and Lead their own Research Project

The role of the Divisional Research Manager (DRM) in a large, dynamic NHS Trust

To Tweet or not to Tweet- Our reluctant revolution!

Validating research as a professional role

What difference does it make? A pilot survey to collect research impacts

Working at scale in Primary Care: Results from a North West London pilot scheme

More posters will be announced when the Poster Abstract Submitter has confirmed acceptance of the opportunity to display their poster.