Research Conferences

The first Evidence Based Practice Conference took place in November 2021 and shared Evidence Based Practice projects that staff here at HWHCT have undertaken. To listen back to the presentations please click on the 2021 drop down below.

Our second conference EBP* Virtual Conference took place from Monday 10th - Thursday 13th October and covered everything from what is and who does research, to hearing how research results are put into practise. To listen back to the presentations please click on the 2022 drop down below.

2022

EBP* Virtual Conference: 10 - 13 October 2022

Huge huge HUGE thanks to all our fantastic speakers and everyone who attended the EBP conference. We hope everyone found the sessions informative and useful.

The agenda was as per below. Recordings of each session were made and are now available. Please find the links below.

Monday 10.10.22:

Session 1: What is Research? 12noon – 1pm

12noon – 12.05pm: Welcome and housekeeping

12.05pm – 12.20pm: What is research and why does it matter? - Stuart Banham (Chief Pharmacist): https://youtu.be/Ng0gR_zqXDc

12.20pm – 12.45pm: What’s the difference between service evaluation, clinical audit and research? What’s in it for me and my patients including underserved communities – Sam Topping (Research & Development Manager): https://youtu.be/2vLTFv1diKA

12.45pm – 12.55pm: Where does research take place? Inc research outreach work done so far – Alice Madden (Research Project Support Officer): https://youtu.be/LC1fIgIjJko

12.55pm – 1pm: Final questions and close

Session 2: Who does Research? 1.30pm – 2.45pm

1.30pm – 1.35pm: Welcome and housekeeping

1.35pm – 2pm: Who’s who and who does what in the research world. Launching the research collaborator role. What is a PI (Principal Investigator)? - Sam Topping (Research & Development Manager): https://youtu.be/-fq28PJtamU

2pm – 2.15pm: My experience of being a PI for the 1st time working on BEAMS-ID – Katherine Byron-Daniels (Clinical Psychologist): https://youtu.be/Lv3EmRBIJaI

2.15pm – 2.30pm: My experience of being a PI - currently on ADEPP – Barny Major (Consultant Psychiatrist, Associate Medical Director, Herefordshire Mental Health and LD services): https://youtu.be/AtySTf0tFQg

2.30pm – 2.40pm: My experience of being a PI for the 1st time working on EDGI – Matt Rae (Clinical Lead North & West Herefordshire Neighbourhood Mental Health Service): https://youtu.be/3Jyw1oLboIE

2.40pm – 2.45pm: Final questions and close

Tuesday 11.10.22:

Session 3: EBP showcase within HWHCT: 12noon – 1.15pm

12noon – 12.05pm: Welcome and housekeeping

12.05pm – 12.25pm: Gaining a global perspective on Occupational Therapy Research – Alice Turnbull (Service Lead for Paediatric Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy): https://youtu.be/Ov3UmpdhBbg

12.25pm – 12.45pm: Dietetic Research Opportunities – Marti van der Linde (Community Paediatric Dietitian Worcestershire North): https://youtu.be/Hvsvw_iIrBs

12.45pm – 1.05pm - Measuring the Impact of the Kids on the Move Virtual Intervention Programme for Children and Families within the Paediatric Occupational Therapy Service – Louise Boother (Specialist Occupational Therapist in Additional Services, Innovation and SEND): https://youtu.be/I7fTYhkTw4A

1.05pm – 1.15pm: Final questions and close

Wednesday 12.10.22:

Session 4: Developing my own Research: 12noon – 1.15pm

12noon – 12.05pm: Welcome and housekeeping

12.05pm – 12.25pm: How to get started; developing an idea; Associate Principle Investigator (PI) role – Sam Topping (Research & Development Manager): https://youtu.be/lwf-QUSTgEQ

12.25pm – 12.40pm: Associate PI for the ADEPP Study – Kieran Groom (CT3 Doctor in CAMHS): https://youtu.be/esy3w0Yx83c

12.40pm – 1.10pm: My research story so far… - Peter Langdon (Honorary Associate Director of Research; Consultant Clinical Psychologist and CI (Chief Investigator) leading national studies focused upon improving the lives of people with learning disabilities and/or autism): https://youtu.be/Tnf3FEkmudk

1.10pm – 1.15pm: Final questions and close

Thursday 13.10.22:

Session 5: Putting Research findings into Practise: 12noon – 1.15pm

12noon – 12.05pm: Welcome and housekeeping

12.05pm – 12.30pm: Measuring the impact of the change from face-to-face to virtual appointments evaluation – Sam Topping (Research & Development Manager): https://youtu.be/H76KjPB2Tkk

12.30pm – 1pm: Experience of the RADAR study - Barny Major (Consultant Psychiatrist, Associate Medical Director, Herefordshire Mental Health and LD services): https://youtu.be/w3WBqy3ovso

1pm – 1.15pm: Final questions and close

 

*EBP = Evidence Based Practise

2021

Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Conference: 16-18 November 2021

Our inaugural research/EBP virtual conference was a huge success! We had 41 people attend at least 1 of the sessions and the feedback so far has been great. Huge HUGE thanks to everyone that attended and to our wonderful presenters without whom this event wouldn’t have taken place:

  • Simon Meadows (Clinical Lead Physiotherapist)
  • Simone van Dalen (Physiotherapy Team Leader)
  • Clare McFadyen (OT at New Haven)
  • Rosie Callaghan (Tissue Viability Lead Nurse)
  • Martha van der Linde (Community Paediatric Dietitian)
  • Chrissy Walker (OT Neighbourhood Team 1)
  • Alice Turnbull (Service Lead for Paediatric OT and Physiotherapy)
  • Emma Jesic (Specialist Paediatric OT & OT Lead for Neurodevelopment)
  • Nicola Bundy (CAMHS Practitioner)
  • Abigail Matthews (OT in Hereford Neighbourhood Mental Health Service)
  • Dr Kerry Gaskin (Head of Department - Midwifery and CPD; Principal Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice,from the University of Worcester)
  • Cliff Lewis (Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner)

Your insightful presentations gave us all food for thought and really demonstrated how staff from all across HWHCT are constantly striving to improve patient care. Thank you.