Dr Sarah Williams, Associate Director of Research and Improvement at Solent NHS Trust, shares her thoughts on the eighth year of the Research and Improvement conference and why she is proud to be 'Patients Included'.
The latest advice, ramblings and reflections from the experts in Research and Improvement.
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The treasure trove of community research
Chantel Ostler shares our approach to ensuring everyone has the opportunity to take part in research no matter where they live, work, play or study.
From Therapist to Patient Engagement
Physiotherapist, Carl Adams, tells us the reasons why patient and community engagement is so important to the present and future of healthcare.
Frailty: Understanding the condition
Sharon Simpson discusses how we can support people living with frailty in light of needing increased research into the condition.
Completing the jigsaw puzzle: My patient and public involvement journey
Clinical Academic, Dr Charlie Dando, reflects on her journey to achieving successful patient and public involvement in her research work, and shares her top tips.
The diary of a student: My experience of working in Research and Improvement
Meredith Turner shares her experience of working at the Academy during her student placement.
Welcome to our Academy
Sarah Williams, Associate Director of Research and Improvement, is excited to open the virtual doors to the new Solent Academy of Research and Improvement, as we launch our new website.
Step into my shoes: The career of a Mental Health Research Nurse
Mental Health Research Nurse, Kaye Smith, tells us about her career journey...
A spotlight on Lisa Hyatt
Lisa Hyatt shares what it feels like to be shortlisted for a NIHR CRN Wessex award and reflects on the importance of recognising excellence in the world of research.
Top 10 tips for successful study recruitment
Lead Research Clinician, Chantel Ostler shares her wisdom for successfully recruiting patients into research studies.