20 Dec 2023
2023: Our Year in Review
It has been a fantastic year of collaboration, research, and innovation through the partnership. We take a look back through 2023 to celebrate both ours and our partners successes.
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We started 2023 by welcoming our Research Business Support Administrator, Keiran O'Boye.
We hosted a productive 3D medical printing workshop in December, to progress discussions to establish an innovative regional 3D medical printing facility that has tremendous potential to transform patient care.
UEA Health and Social Care Partners launches it new website, reflecting on its ambitious tone for our regional research partnership.
Dr. Simon P. Hammond provides a press release on the UEA's website highlighting the need for children with disabilities needing better support to manage their online lives and potential online risks.
Members of our AbiliTec team were awarded funding from NHS England - East of England to provide a practice-based evaluation of telerehabilitation services for people after stroke and their carer’s in the region.
The second of our twice-yearly Research Sandpit events helps researchers turn great ideas into fundable projects.
Every year we accept applications for the UEAHSCP Research Capacity Building Programme Funding Call, where project leads from our partner organisations can apply for seedcorn funding to help build capacity and capability for collaborative practice-led research.
We spoke to Mehar Shiju and Helen Hall on their vital contributions towards further embedding research and system improvement for International Nurses Day.
Foster Care Fortnight is dedicated to raising awareness for fostering and showing how foster care transforms lives.
Working on Worries: a collaborative, sustainable, early intervention to support children's mental health
UEAHSCP sat down with the NSFT team Tim Clarke, Brioney Gee and Bonnie Teague to share their experiences and insights and discuss the Working on Worries study.
Jess Marshall spoke with the UEAHSCP team about her remarkable journey to make her mark in health research.
The Carer Support Nurse initiative, which received early facilitation by UEA Health and Social Care Partners to secure external funding for its evaluation, was honoured with a regional award in the NHS Parliamentary awards.
We spoke to Rene Gray, Professional Lead for Physiotherapy, from James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (JPUH), about his Out of Bed Project. This practice-led research initiative, funded by a UEAHSCP Scholarship, focuses on improving patient mobility after hip fracture surgery and has achieved remarkable results.
Carrie Jackson says farewell to UEA Health and Social Care Partners as she embarks on an exciting new venture as Director for Quality Improvement at our Associate partner organisation, Integrated Care 24.
On the 12th of July we celebrated connecting and innovating by hosting our Collaborate to Innovate Conference at the Enterprise Centre, co-hosted with the Citizens Academy.
Associate Organisation Suffolk County Council and Ellen Cole's progress to develop research and evaluation
Ellen Cole shares her experience as a Research Project Officer for Suffolk County Council over the past year.
We share the keynote speech from our Collaborate to Innovate Conference, provided by Professor Sir Michael Marmot.
UEAHSCP announce the winners of our 2023-24 Research Capacity Building Programme Funding Call.
If you were unable to attend our Collaborate to Innovate Conference, we were kindly provided video footage of the keynote address and the panel discussion, hosted by Phil Ward, the Director of Eastern Arc.
Rene Gray and his Out of Bed Project team publish a journal article in the BMJ Journal.
We spoke to Dr. Simon P. Hammond on how collaboration has shaped research and continued to be a powerful tool for learning.
The CHarMINg project co-produced interventions supporting multiple behaviour change within socially deprived communities.
We announced applications for our upcoming Research Scholarships awards.
Jeremy spoke to us about his experiences within PPI and its relevance to help practice-led research projects.
The Green Gathering is a celebration of green care and featured a number of presentations, launches, awards and opportunities to discuss plans and developments.
Created in response to the growing health challenges at the local, national, and global level, HealthUEA celebrates health research that takes place across UEA and the Norwich Research Park.
The Carer Support Nurse initiative published a report on the NIHR website called the Carer Support Nurse Pilot Report.
Female Ambulance Staff Experiences of Menopause Transition (CESSATION) published a qualitative study of female ambulance staff experiences of the menopause transition.
Compassionate Communites East launches a Death Literacy Survey
Aimed at over 18 year olds living in Bedfordshire, Luton, Milton Keynes, Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Hertfordshire, West Essex, Mid and South Essex, Norfolk, Waveney, Suffolk and North-East Essex, the study looks to help people feel more prepared to face serious illness and how to rate choices for end-of-life care.
An Impact on Research: CELDA Research Associate Farah-Leila Mughal on Supporting Projects and Her Journey to Becoming an Intern
We spoke to Farah-Leila Mughal, Research Assistant for the Care Experience Improvements for People with a Learning Disability and /or Autism (CELDA) project, which aims to enhance the quality of case for individuals with learning disabilities and autism.
What an incredible year it has been. All of us at UEA Health and Social Care Partners would like to wish you a very Happy Holiday and we look forward to working alongside you in 2024.
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