Professor Sarah Ryan, Midlands Partnership NHS FT, for the project entitled “Balancing safety with treatment burden in patients with rheumatoid arthritis” £39,106
Dr Katie Gallagher of University College London for a project entitled “The impact of webcam use upon nursing workload, patient safety and parental wellbeing in the Neo-Natal unit” £38476
Dr Richard Clibbens Southwest Yorks NHS Trust for a project entitled “How people living with dementia and their relatives perceive and use resilient strategies to optimise safety whilst living at home” £33,885
£26,662 awarded to Dr Grace Spencer of Anglia Ruskin University for a project entitled ” Engaging young migrants and their families in enhancing quality care in the management of long term conditions ”
£36,381 awarded to Dr Helen Walthall of Oxford Brookes University for a project entitled “feasibility and acceptability of using a Patient Reported Outcome Measure to help patients with heart failure to recognise and communicate symptoms to specialist nurses ”
A continuation of our award to the Florence Nightingale Foundation for the next 3 years of
£11,500 per year to fund leadership qualities in band 7/8 nurses or equivalent .
Dr Jodie Deards of East and North Hertfordshire NHS to prepare a study to co-produce and explore the impact of an app-based support intervention on young carers for the GRANT of £20773.
Dr Sarah Morey of Northumbria University Newcastle upon Tyne re Enhancing patient outcomes through evidence for the GRANT of £29287
Dr Jackie Buck of University of East Anglia for a project entitled “incontinence amongst older people living at home impacts and approaches”
for a GRANT of £29990
Executive Summaries of completed research studies
Nurse decision-making about the delivery of skin care to patients with advanced cancer at the end of life: an exploratory qualitative study by Dr Samuriwo at Cardiff University.
Developing family-centred care in a neonatal intensive care unit: an action researchers.
Principal Investigator: Dr Caryl Skene, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. February 2017
Supporting self-management in heart failure patients with diabetes
The aims of this project were to understand current self-management in heart failure patients
with diabetes to identify any potential gaps in current practice and to explore patients’
experiences of self-managing these two conditions. These issues were explored by using mixed