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Ends and new beginnings: Research on the social prescribing link worker role

In recognition of Social Prescribing Day, Thursday 14 March 2024, Stephanie Tierney from the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, University of Oxford reflects on a study that has recently finished on the implementation of the link worker role, and on another that is in progress on this topic

Five top tips for doing equitable and respectful health research with Black-led mental health community organisations

Stephanie Ejegi-Memeh shares five lessons learnt over the past 18 months working with Black-led community organisations focused on mental health and wellbeing in the UK.

Development of a ‘best practice’ guide on the safe use of medicines after discharge from mental health hospitals

Richard Keers discusses working in the new Improving Medication Safety theme as part of the NIHR Greater Manchester Patient Safety Research Collaboration.

How can Pharmacists and Allied Health Professionals Support delivering research in General Practice?

A research delivery pilot utilising pharmacists across multiple practices within Dudley was set up to support GP practices to deliver research and increase capacity and capability.

Co-developing a theory of change to evaluate integrated working in two Locality Partnerships

Natalia Lewis, one of our NIHR SPCR Post doc award holders, has been co-developing a theory of change to evaluate integrated working in 2 Locality Partnerships.

Co-developing Long Covid information materials for, and with, children and young people

Members of the SPLaTToon project team share their reflections on involving children and young people to co-develop accessible information on Long Covid. This project was funded through the SPCR PPIE Fund.

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