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Research drop-in sessions
OUH Research & Development team hold regular lunchtime drop-ins for researchers requiring advice and support with their research. Contact email@example.com
Patients Active in Research (PAIR)
The main purpose of the PAIR site is to put researchers who need participants for research projects in touch with patients who want to be involved in planning and participating in research. Please note that the PAIR site listings will be amalgamated into this website from autumn 2019.
NIHR Study Support Service
This service helps researchers plan, set up and deliver high quality research to time and target in both the NHS and in the wider health and social care environment across England.
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
This site provides guidance, advice and information services for health, public health and social care professionals and includes an evidence search to help you make evidence based decisions.
Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership ‘Guide to Quality Improvement Methods’
The purpose of this guide is to signpost those working within, leading, commissioning and using healthcare services to a broad range of quality improvement methods. It should be especially useful to those putting together quality improvement programmes.
NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies: Become a Reviewer
Our diverse reviewer community plays a vital part in maintaining and improving the quality of our programmes’ projects and outputs. As a reviewer you can make a significant contribution to the NHS and public health by shaping research and improving practice.
Clinical Academic Careers
These pages include an introductory video giving information about HEE’s funding schemes, downloads about the importance of research and its place in nursing and the allied health professions, and information about HEE’s Integrated Clinical Academic Programme of scholarships and Fellowships.
NHS Leadership Academy: The Edward Jenner Programme
Open to all health and care staff, this programme leads to an NHS Leadership Academy award in Leadership Foundations. Highly practical and patient-focused, it’s a great way to understand the purpose, challenges and culture of the NHS.