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Wouldn’t it be great if we could say every member practice of the CCG participates in research? Here’s how

17th October 2016

Children with Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care: the views of General Practitioners II

The CCG is asking as many GPs as possible to complete this short survey (10 minutes), in order to contribute to this piece of research funded by the National Institute for Health Research and sponsored by The University of Reading about Childhood Anxiety Disorders from a GP perspective.

Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health problems in childhood, and represent a significant risk for ongoing mental health problems. Effective treatments for childhood anxiety disorders have been established, however few affected children access evidence based treatments. As General Practitioners are often the first port of call for parents who have concerns about their child's mental health, the key aim of the study is to conduct a systematic and representative evaluation of the barriers that GPs face with regards to management of childhood anxiety disorders in primary care. In order to do this, a nationally representative sample of GPs in England will be surveyed regarding their experiences of barriers to the management of childhood anxiety disorders. This will allow the quantification of barriers that GPs are facing, and provide an in-depth examination of the contexts in which these difficulties occur.

As well as the benefits included in the attached invitation letter, practices will receive a payment of £20.00 per GP completion, following verification from the study team to the NIHR CRN that the practice has completed the questionnaires. The NIHR CRN Yorkshire and Humber will contact your practice manager to arrange payment of the questionnaire.

The survey can be accessed here https://reading.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/cadpc

For further information please click here.

New website launches

12th October 2016

The West Yorkshire R&D Team is launching a new website including information for patients, researchers and healthcare professionals.

Research holds the key to delivering continuing sustainable improvements within the NHS. Hosted by Bradford Districts Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and working on behalf of all of the West Yorkshire CCGs, the West Yorkshire R&D team works closely with partners from academia and the health sector to increase evidence-based innovation and knowledge exchange within clinical and care settings.

Bookmark us at www.westyorksrd.nhs.uk.


What's it like being involved in NIHR research?

18th December 2018

The NIHR has launched a new survey to try to improve by listening to the experiences of the public, patients and lay representatives.

If you'd like to take part please complete - What's it like being involved in NIHR research?

100,000 Genomes Project milestone

05th December 2018

The 100,000 Genomes Project, led by Genomics England in partnership with the NHS, has reached its goal of sequencing 100,000 whole genomes from NHS patients.

Read more at the National Institute for Health Research website.

Changes to Excess Treatment Cost process

02nd October 2018

The latest update on national changes to the Excess Treatment Cost process can be read on the National Institute for Health Research website.

Updated HRA and HCRW Statement of Activities and Schedule of Events published

21st August 2018

The Health Research Authority (HRA) has published revised Statement of Activities, Schedule of Events templates and supporting guidance.

You can find these on the HRA website: https://www.hra.nhs.uk/about-us/news-updates/updated-hra-and-hcrw-statement-activities-and-schedule-events-published/

NIHR Research Activity League Table

18th July 2018

As described by the National Institute for Health Research, "Each year, the Research Activity League Table is published by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN), to detail research activity across all NHS trusts in England. The table provides a picture of how much clinical research is happening, where, in what types of trusts, and involving how many patients."

You can visit the NIHR website to access this year's league table.