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Parallel Sessions

2016 Parallel Sessions

Overview

This year the parallel sessions were all based around six themes. Below are the themes and the presentations in each.

  • Theme 1: Embracing a Changing Landscape.
  • Theme 2: Enabling Growth.
  • Theme 3: Integration& Partnership.
  • Theme 4: Patient Centered Research.
  • Theme 5: Impact & Dissemination.
  • Theme 6: Quality, Competence, Integrity and Transparency

 

The Sessions

Theme: Embracing a Changing Landscape

  • Delivering AcoRD training in Wales – sharing a case study based approach. (Reshma Raycoba Senior Funding, Performance and Portfolio Manager Health & Care Research Wales)

Presentation

  • One team One Vision (Helen Lewis; Research Matron; North Bristol NHS Trust Angelo Micciche; Research Infrastructure Manager; North Bristol NHS Trust)

Presentation

  • A Hub and Spoke Model of Research Delivery in Primary Care – sharing experience from developing and implementing a model in practice. (Rachel Illingworth Head of Research and Evaluation, Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group)

Presentation

  • Ashridge: Power and influence; What if I already have enough to achieve what I want to achieve?”

Presentation

  • A practical framework for NHS Med-tech innovation (Stuart Parks Head of Clinical Engineering in Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board)

Theme: Enabling Growth

  • Developing the research workforce and introducing new healthcare roles to support research nurses Emma Munro, Marie Nelson, Norma Diaper, University Hospitals Southampton, NHS Foundation Trust

Presentation

  • The role of the UK CRF Network Study Intensity Tool (SIT) in research workforce planning
    Joanna Gray Clinical Manager NIHR/WT Birmingham CRF, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust Joanna Plumb, Head of R&D Operations, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Presentation

  • The first of its kind, a partnership to deliver clinical trials –Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Synexus Ltd. Miss Caroline Potts, Head of Research and Development, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Chris Price, Consultant Physician and Clinical Lead for the Partnership, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Presentation

  • A collaborative approach to develop clinical academic careers for scientists, nurses, allied health professionals and pharmacists  Jenny Hiley, Project Lead Clinical Academic Internship Programme (CAIP), University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Amelia Swift, Senior Lecturer in Nursing, University of Birmingham

Presentation

  • Clinical Academic Careers – building a culture of research active clinicians
    Sarah Williams Associate Director of Research Solent NHS Trust,

Presentation

Theme: Integration & Partnership

  • Building A Cross sector community Karen Reavell-Head of R&D, James Paget University Foundation Trust Tracy Shalom, Head of R&D, Norfolk and Suffolk CCGs •Bonnie Teague, R&D Manager, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust

Presentation

  • Researchers, managers, commissioners, lend me your ears Dr Jo Hartland, R&D Programme Manager, Avon Primary Care Research Collaborative, Jo Bangoura, Evaluation & Commissioning Liaison Manager, West of England Academic Health Science Network and CLAHRC West, Stephen Ray, Quality Improvement Programme Manager, West of England Academic Health Science Network

Presentations

Theme: Patient Centered Research

  • Hitting the spot:” involving patients and the public in the delivery of research training Jacqui McCarthy, Involving People Network member. Zoe Hunter, Senior Training and Development Manager, Health & Care Research Wales

Presentation

  • An evaluation of the role, impact and value of the public contributor on NETS (NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies) Programmes’ Trial Steering Committees (TSCs). Heidi Surridge, Public and Patient Involvement Manager, NIHR Evaluation Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC)

Presentation

Theme: Impact & Dissemination

  • Making it easier to do the right thing– right patient, right treatment, implementing the STarT Back approach in everday practice Duffy H, Stevenson K, Wathall S, Dziedzic K, Bradbury H, Sowden G1, Oxtoby J, Chudyk A, Hughes RW Research Institute for Primary Care & Health Sciences, Keele University. Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust. NHS North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

 Presentation

  • NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) funded studies:  completing the journey from research suggestion to dissemination of research Sheetal Bhurke, Research Fellow; Amanda Young, Senior Research Fellow; Andrew Cook, Senior Scientific Advisor; Sally Bailey, Head of Systematic Reviews Programme; Anna Tallant, Research Fellow, 1. Research on Research (RoR), Wessex Institute, University of Southampton & NETSCC, University of Southampton

 Presentation

Theme: Quality, Competence, Integrity & Transparency

  • Development of the Keele CTU Quality Management System Ruth Beardmore (CTU QA Manager), Jackie Gray (CTU Governance and QA Officer), Rhian Hughes (CTU Co-Director), Emma Skinner (Sponsor QA Manager), Jenny Stevens (Clinical Research Manager – Primary Care, CRN)

Presentation

  • BRINGING QUALITY TO LIFE: Implementing A Quality Management System In Frontline NHS Research Piranavan Sucindran, Quality Manager, Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Presentation

  • The role of research and development in reducing waste and ensuring high value care.
    Dr Virginia Minogue, Research lead and evidence and knowledge lead for the Future Focused Finance programme, NHS England. Bill Wells, Head of research and development finance, Oxford Health Trust, Dr Matt Westmore Director of Finance and Strategy for NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre.

Presentation

  • Supporting PIs: Delivering the PI Oversight Masterclass Emma Lowe, Learning Programme Manager, CRN National Coordinating Centre (CRNCC)

 

Theme: Discussion Forum

A structured session offering delegates the chance to participate in a variety of interesting discussion topics. Run by professionals working within each topic area, the session aims to create debate and share good practice across multi organisations. Delegates are encouraged to bring questions, observations and solutions with them to the forum and to share their experience with others, which may lead on to support future Forum work. The sessions will be held in a group style setting with topics being discussed simultaneously.

  • The use of tools and electronic templates in feasibility & health informatics, Led by Sarah Lawton and Simon Wathall
  • Excess treatment costs and treatment savings, Led by Shona Haining (Click here to read the output) AND Competencies – charting the way forward for effective R&D management, Led by David Montgomery
  • Informing patients about research – moving away from the clinician initiated approach, led by Hannah Antionades
  • Contracts Management, Led by David Powell AND Competencies – charting the way forward for effective R&D management, Led by David Montgomery

This list is subject to final changes and is intended as a guide