On 18 November Dr Hazel Everitt, Dr Anne Kennedy, Ms Rosa Lau and Professor Krysia Dziedzic presented the results and undertook a workshop regarding the implications for NETSCC in Southampton. The results will be used to inform NETSCC's further plans to enhance impact and implementation of the research they commission and fund.
It was a really exciting opportunity to be able to present our research findings to NETSCC. We had a very interesting and insightful discussion to explore the potential implications of the work for them and their role within the NIHR.
We are very much looking forward to supporting the team to further develop their plans to enhance impact and implementation!”
- Rosa Lau
The protocol has been published and two papers are currently in press (one accepted by BMJ Open). The project was included in the NIHR Journals Library.
Full list of School collaborators:
Dr Fiona Stevenson, Department of Primary Care & Population Health, UCL
Professor Krysia Dziedzic, Department of Primary Care & Health Sciences, Keele University
Dr Hazel Everitt, Department of Primary Care & Population Sciences, University of Southampton
Professor Nadeem Qureshi, School of Medicine, University of Nottingham
Ms Rosa Lau, Department of Primary Care & Population Health, University College London
Professor Shaun Treweek, Health Services Research Unit, University of Aberdeen
Professor Sandra Eldridge, Centre for Primary Care & Public Health, Queen Mary University
Professor Anne Rogers, Department of Health Sciences, University of Southampton
Dr Anne Kennedy, Department of Health Sciences, University of Southampton
Dr Andrew Morden, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol