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CLAHRC South London
Investigating how to make the most effective health treatments and services routinely available in south London.
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'What impact is the Care Act having on social work practice and outcomes for people using services and their carers, particularly their wellbeing and safety?' 2nd of 10 priorities announced by . Find out the other priorities here:
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CLAHRC South London Nov 14
Researchers at our Centre for Implementation Science are training in quality improvement skills to improve safety Read the paper just out in
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Nick Sevdalis Nov 13
All set for plenary today, come along to debate whether efficacy studies should give way to effectiveness studies in simulation research, as I'll propose (& challenge me!) 😀
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Peninsula CLAHRC Nov 14
: The Health Service Modelling Associates programme is back on 5th Dec! Come and learn and listen about , and from staff from across the . Find out more & register 👉
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EIC Nov 12
Our November newsletter has just been released - read about the 2019 Master Class on ; the recently finalised dissertation by and a 2-day seminar hosted by -
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Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience Nov 13
Last week new guidelines launched on management of physical health conditions in adults with severe mental disorders. Congrats to who chaired the development group, as well as and on the review team
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CLAHRC South London Nov 12
New tool for trusts by & written by to help them understand if they are meeting the aim to provide continuity of carer
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CLAHRC South London Nov 9
That’s great to hear!
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King'sHealthPartners Nov 9
🌆 it might be getting dark outside today, but if you're looking ahead to your 2019 needs, check out these events next summer 👇🌞⛱️
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CLAHRC South London Nov 9
Interested in and improving health services? Some dates for summer 2019: our Masterclass is on 16-17 July, and our 2nd conference is on 18 July, both in London. Email clahrcshortcourses@kcl.ac.uk to register your interest. More:
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CLAHRC South London Nov 9
Interested in and improving health services? Here are some dates for summer 2019: our annual Masterclass is on 16-17 July, and our 2nd conference is on 18 July, both in London. Read more:
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CLAHRC South London Nov 8
Dates for your 2019 diary: our annual Masterclass is on 16-17 July, and our 2nd conference is on 18 July. Watch a film to see what the Masterclass is about and read more:
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Michele Robbins Nov 7
- We are hiring an role to help us bridge the gaps in the . If you have a background in and are passionate about please apply through the link below!
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Michele Robbins Nov 7
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NIHR Maudsley BRC Nov 7
JOB ADVERT: Communications & Engagement Manager (Maternity cover), 💷 £45,259 - £53,355 🗓️ 25 November 2018
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CLAHRC South London Nov 7
Only two days left to apply for our grants! Apply by Friday 9 Nov 5pm
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CLAHRC South London Nov 7
Many thanks to for an interesting, informative seminar yesterday on obestity, stigma and reflexive embodiment. We will share the video of the seminar soon!
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Len Demetriou Nov 6
Replying to @LenDemetriou
“Our economic system excludes some from being able to live a healthy lifestyle”. It isn’t about personal choice but the socioeconomic environments we live in. Blaming individuals and shaming them will not help beat obesity. An excellent lecture 👌🏻
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NIHR Research Nov 5
The NIHR strongly believes that applied health research should be given due and appropriate prominence in the processes used to assess the quality of research in universities. Read our comments on the latest consultation on
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