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Welcome and introduction...The year that was - Prof Richard Lilford

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Welcome and introduction...The year that was - Prof Richard Lilford

  1. 1. NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West Midlands (CLAHRC WM) The Year that Was
  2. 2. Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Hospital Primary Care Local Authority Implementation £20m £10m Evaluation
  3. 3. The CLAHRC structure Identify service need Implement CLAHRC - Reviews Develop interventions CLAHRC - Management CLAHRC - Evaluate
  4. 4. How will we know we have succeeded? Communication Publications Grants Developcapacity Client engagement Intervention selection/adaptation Interventions evaluated
  5. 5. Service Impact: Extended Collaborators
  6. 6. Academic Outputs: Papers 26.054 54.982 139.618 116.491 8.174 104.782 81.346 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Maternity & child health [Th. 1] Youth mental health [Th. 2] Prevention & detection of diseases [Th. 3] Chronic diseases [Th. 4] Implementation & organisational studies [Th. 5] Research methods [Th. 6] CLAHRC-BBC Legacy Work [Th. 7] Sumofimpactfactor(♦) Numberofpapers(Σ=141) Theme
  7. 7. Academic Outputs: External Grant Income 0 2000000 4000000 6000000 8000000 10000000 12000000 14000000 Maternity & child health [Th. 1] Youth mental health [Th. 2] Prevention & detection of diseases [Th. 3] Chronic diseases [Th. 4] Implementation & organisational studies [Th. 5] Research methods [Th. 6] Other & CLAHRC- BBC legacy work [Th. 7] Amount(£) • In year amount Apr 14 to Mar 15: £8,286,845 • Total amount: £47,725,281
  8. 8. Academic Outputs: Postgraduate Support 0 5 10 15 20 25 Maternity & child health [Th. 1] Youth mental health [Th. 2] Prevention & detection of diseases [Th. 3] Chronic diseases [Th. 4] Implementation & organisational studies [Th. 5] Research methods [Th. 6] Cross-cutting Theme supervision [Th. 7] PhD MD MSc Other • Total number of postgraduate students: 83
  9. 9. Key Special Initiatives & Events Event Outputs Integrating care for people with chronic diseases – National CLAHRC workshop Collaborative grant with PenCLAHRC - Methods for service delivery workshop with Prof Kieran Walshe at Manchester - Psychology of change workshop with Prof Susan Michie, UCL Development of MRC framework for evaluation of complex interventions to contribute evidence from a health service context Patient safety forum Patient safety emerging as cross- cutting Theme.
  10. 10. How is it really going? 1) Existing themes vs. new theme 2) NIHR + Matched funds don’t match! Variable engagement 3) Patchwork quilt 4) Convert rate to grant application* 5) Managing diverse enterprise 6) Emerging strength in behavioural and organisational psychology 7) AHSN relations 8) Changing political environment 9) Online testing + public engagement with science 10) Cross-cutting themes* *Advice from Scientific Advisory Group
  11. 11. Discussions

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