Theme 5: Engagement with Self Directed Support

    Projects

  • PROJECT EXTENSION: GENIE (Generating Engagement in Networks Involvement)

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  • Implementation and evaluating the GENIE tool in Southampton Integrated COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Service.

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  • Commissioning of Self-Management Support for people with long-term conditions

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  • COMPELETED: Development of a Collective Efficacy measure

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  • COMPLETED: Studying pathways of effective self-management for delayed prescribing and reducing antibiotic use.

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  • Research projects looking at self-management resources for people with long-term conditions

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  • COMPLETED: Management of dizziness through open systems.

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  • COMPLETED: Long-term condition self-management support in patient online communities.

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  • NEW The relationship between socioeconomic status and pathways to lung, colorectal and prostate cancer diagnosis: identifying the contribution of GP and patient factors to late cancer diagnosis.

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  • NEW Using a social network mapping tool (GENIE) to help people who attend walk in emergency care - Cross-cutting research with Theme 3


  • NEW CONTAIN Joint Pain - Cross cutting research with theme 4

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  • NEW Mapping the availability of information and other support for managing pregnant women at risk of pre-eclampsia - with Oxford CLAHRC


Professor Anne Rogers
Professor of Health Systems Implementation & Director NIHR CLAHRC Wessex - Theme 5 co-lead

Ivo Vassilev
Principal Research Fellow - Theme 5 co-lead

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Qualitative Skills Masterclass
Mon 26th November 09:00-16:00
Chilworth, Southampton

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Patient and public involvement is vital to the success of the CLAHRC.

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