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Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Health Service Research Seminars - April to June


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Posted by Andy


28th April
A Public Perspective: How Does Disease Adaption Influence Health State Valuations?
Helen Cowan, PhD Student, HEDS, ScHARR, University of Sheffield..


5th May
Randomised Controlled Trials of Guided Self-Help Provided by Graduate Primary Care Mental Health Workers.
Mike Lucock, Associate Director of Psychological Therapies Research, and co-authors Rebecca Kirby and Nigel Wainwright, South West Yorkshire Mental Health NHS Trust.


12th May
Walking as an Aid to Smoking Cessation: A Feasibility Study in the NHS Stop Smoking Service.
Emma Everson, Research Associate, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.

19th May
Case Tracking in Psychological Therapies
Chris Leach, Consultant Clinical Psychologist. South West Yorkshire Mental Health NHS Trust, and Visiting Professor, University of Huddesfield.


26th May
Half Term – No Seminar.

2nd June
Can Nurses Apply Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Skills in Palliative Care Patients' Homes?
Stirling Moorey, Trust Head of Psychotherapy, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.


9th June
Why do Patients enter Clinical Trial? A Review of the Evidence Plus a Model for Understanding 'Informed Consent' in both Routine Healthcare and Clinical Trials.
Clare Relton, Research Associate, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.


16th June
Use of IT Without Understanding it: A Basis for Inclusive IT Based Data Collection and Intervention.
Peter Cudd, Research Associate, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.


23rd June
Implementing Evidence Based Psychological Treatments Effectively in NHS Settings: The Case of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).
Michaela Swales, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer-Practitioner, North Wales NHS Trust & Bangor University.


Seminars organised by Annette Haywood, ScHARR
 For further information please contact Joanne Turner on 0114 222 0751 or e-mail j.e.turner@sheffield.ac.uk

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