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NIHR Research Delivery Team, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust - Improving the health and wealth of the nation through research
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LPFT Research Team 16h
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Freedom from Eating Disorder event where Inspirational speakers are talking about personal experiences, some of whom are still on their journey but the message is clear, ‘Recovery is possible’. The video says it all
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LPFT Research Team 17h
Dr Stephen Linacre, clinical psychologist talking candidly about his personal journey with Eating Disorders at today’s event
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CRN East Midlands 19h
Have you checked out the new Be Part of Research website yet? To find out more about research opportunities for you, visit:
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LPFT Research Team 18h
Come along and visit stand at the freedom from Eating Disorders event .
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CRN East Midlands Jun 13
Great to see three Trusts from the leading the way! Well done to , and
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LPFT Research Team Jun 13
Haha, love these guys...let the fun begin 😜😜
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LPFT Research Team Jun 13
Well done to all staff who have completed to date BUT sitting 3rd in league table, come on, we can do better than that! Please promote to all your teams and let’s show what a great Trust we are
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LPFT Research Team Jun 13
Well done Barry but still not forgiven for leaving us lol.
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Carers FIRST Jun 12
Donna Bradford leading on a session focusing on Getting Carers Connected and the Triangle of Care.
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Lincs Partnership Jun 12
Triangle of Care was developed to ensure carers are involved appropriately in their loved ones care. has now achieved all the standards to show our commitment to the role of carers
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NIHR Research Jun 11
Help build a world for the next generation.  Find out about all the benefits of taking part in research studies. Visit our site for more information:
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EMAHSN Jun 8
and voluntary sector groups have the opportunity to apply for a one of bursary of £1,500 to support existing and future patient and public involvement work. Find out more about bursary award:
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NIHR Best Evidence Jun 8
In one of the largest studies to look at patient safety concerns from the patient perspective, 23% of patients identified concerns about their care with the biggest category of concerns related to communication problems.
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NIHR Best Evidence Jun 8
A systematic review that included 89 randomised controlled trials, assessing 22 drugs in over 25,000 people with generalised anxiety disorder, found that drugs appear to be well tolerated and reduce symptoms compared to placebo
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Dr Jaspreet Phull 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 7
Help your patients join dementia research
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NICE Jun 7
Falls and fractures cost the NHS approximately £2.3 billion a year and are the leading cause of injury in people aged 65 and over. Our impact report uses national data to demonstrate how NICE recommendations are used in practice:
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Cochrane UK Jun 7
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NIHR Best Evidence Jun 7
Here is a collection of our recent Signals. Our Signals provide current and important health research to help clinicians and health professionals stay up-to-date. Read the Signals in full here:
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CLAHRC East Midlands Jun 7
FUNDING CALL: in research. Do you want your work to make a difference? Are you interested in how an app might help people with dementia improve ? Would you like to work with Prof Martin Orrell ? Closes 08/08/19. 🔗
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