2 July. Nickey Rooke 2 July. Nickey Rooke

"Patient Involvement in the Assessment of Pre-registration Adult Nursing Students Practice" 

 

Dr Nickey Rooke, Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, School of Health Sciences, UEA

19 June. Ratko Radakovic 19 June. Ratko Radakovic

  “Apathy Subtypes and their Impact in Neurodegenerative Disease”

Dr Ratko Radakovic, Senior Research Associate (Motor Neurone Disease), School of Health Sciences, UEA. 

Please note there are no video recordings or slides for this seminar.

22 May. Nick Sevdalis 22 May. Nick Sevdalis

"Facilitating Implementation of Evidence-based Interventions - from Art to Science"

 Prof Nick SevdalisProfessor of Implementation Science & Patient Safety, Director of the Centre for Implementation Science at King’s College London. 

 

10 April. James Piercy 10 April. James Piercy

 

  "What's going on in his head?"  The story of his own traumatic brain injury and recovery. 

James Piercy, Communication & Engagement Officer, John Innes Centre

Please note there are no video recordings or slides for this seminar.

19 March. Public Lecture & Discussion Forum. Why Me? The role of community and health partners in patient & public involvement 19 March. Public Lecture & Discussion Forum. Why Me? The role of community and health partners in patient & public involvement

"Why Me?"  "Why would anyone want to give their time to Patient and Public Involvement in Health Research? What is it in the first place and what is it good for?"

Speakers at this public information and discussion event, funded by NIHR CLAHRC EoE, explain, from personal experience, ways for community and health partners to collaborate.” (Dr Jurgen Grotz)

 

21 February 21 February

"Childhood Immunisation: Achievements and Challenges"

Helen Bedford, Professor of Childrens' Health, UCL, Great Ormond Institute of Child Health.

 

30 January 2019 30 January 2019

21 November 21 November

"Evaluating the costs and benefits of health care from a patient's perspective: getting to the heart of the matter".  Professor Jennifer Whitty, Professor of Health Economics, Norwich Medical School, UEA.

 

5 November 5 November

N-of-1 Design PPD Training. undertaking within-person investigations. 

Dr Felix Naughton

Please note:  group discussions and conversations with attendees were not recorded.  

1 November 1 November

  The Power of Volunteering.  Colin Rochester, David Horton Smith, Jurgen Grotz. 

Colin Rochester: Rediscovering Voluntary Action: how we challenge the dominant paradigm

 

David Horton-Smith: Voluntary Associations: how we change the world.

 

Jurgen Grotz: Beyond tokenism and tick box approaches: how we govern the NHS.

 

 

 

17 October 17 October

“Developing new methods to evaluate complex health interventions: analysing context, texts and disruptions”

Dr Jamie Murdoch, Research Fellow in Process Evaluation Methodology, School of Health Sciences, UEA

11 July 11 July

"More than just the facts: What roles can scientists play in shaping policy?"

Dr Andrew Atkin, Lecturer in Behavioural Epidemiology, School of Health Sciences

 

13 June 13 June

Places and Spaces: learning about re-learning, in home-based rehabilitation, for people with aphasia.

Dr Ciara Shiggins, Academic Fellow, School of Health Sciences.

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31 May 31 May

“The INSPIRED COPD Outreach ProgramTM

From research and proof-of-concept to spread and scale-up across Canada.”

Prof Graeme Rocker, Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

 

There are no video recordings for this seminar

23 May 23 May

"Supporting the health and well being of the ambulance sector workforce: the UK and beyond".

Please note there are no video recordings or presentation notes for this seminar

Prof Kristy Sanderson, Professor in Applied Health Research, School of Health Sciences

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18 April 18 April

“ ‘Behaviour that Challenges’ (BtC) in dementia: can we prevent ‘diagnostic overshadowing’ in research, practice and policy?”

Prof Esme Moniz-Cook, Professor of Psychology Ageing & Dementia Care Research, Faculty of Health Science, University of Hull, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (Hon),  Humber NHS FT, Clinical Lead – Dementia; Division 4, Yorkshire and Humber LCRN, Founder chair now co-chair INTERDEM , www.interdem.org

 

21 February 21 February

"Improving Dementia Care in General Hospitals" 

Prof Martin Orrell, Director, Institute of Mental Health, Head of Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology University of Nottingham

 

31 January 31 January

“Evidence-based practice “on-the-go”- using the Viatherapy app to support clinical decision-making in upper limb rehabilitation after stroke”

Please note there are no video recordings or presentation notes for this seminar

Dr Nicola Hancock, Lecturer in Physiotherapy, Researcher with the Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Alliance, ABIRA, School of Health Sciences, UEA