- The Health Foundation is supporting the HSR UK 2020 annual conference on 1-3 July 2020, with Health Foundation speakers presenting throughout the event.
- HSR UK 2020 is now taking place online across three days and registration is free.
- The conference will promote and support applied health and care research across the UK, bringing together participants from universities, government, the NHS, local authorities, research funding agencies and charities.
The Health Foundation is supporting HSR UK 2020 which is now taking place online on 1-3 July 2020. Speakers from across the Health Foundation will be presenting live or in the form of pre-recorded presentations.
Sessions and research presentations will be pre-recorded and published to the HSR UK YouTube Channel leading up to the event. Plenary sessions will be taking place live on Zoom and will later be released on the HSR UK YouTube Channel.
The conference is free to attend. To hear what is happening leading up to the event and to be invited to the live sessions, please register on the HSR UK website.
The Health Foundation will be presenting on several topics:
Live plenary panels
With Adam Steventon, Director of Data Analytics at the Health Foundation, Ronan Lyons, Clinical Professor of Public Health at Swansea University Medical School and Jennifer Whitty (Chair), Professor of Health Economics at University of East Anglia.
Chaired by Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager at the Health Foundation.
Presented by Hannah Knight, Principal Data Analyst at the Health Foundation, David Cromwell, Professor of Health Services Research at LSHTM and Director Clinical Effectiveness Unit, Royal College of Surgeons of England, Pia Hardelid, Associate Professor at UCL/GOS Institute of Child Health and Laura Edwards Suarez, Mental Health Analyst at Nottinghamshire NHS Foundation Trust.
Hosted by Usha Boolaky, Assistant Director for Research at the Health Foundation.
Presented by Natalie Creary at Black Thrive, Dr Oli Williams, THIS Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellow at King’s College London, Alison Worsley, Director of External Affairs at Ambitious about Autism and Emily Niner, Participation Manager at Ambitious about Autism.
With Hardeep Aiden, Research Manager at the Health Foundation.
Presented by Dr Andrew Bryce, Research Associate at University of Sheffield, Paul Downard, Professor of Economics at Loughborough University, Simona Rasciute, Senior Lecturer in Economies at Loughborough University, Alasdair Stewart, Research Associate at University of Glasgow and Laura How, Reader in Epidemiology and Medical Studies at University of Bristol.
Chaired by Charli Colegate, Research Manager at the Health Foundation.
Contributors include Angus Wiltshire, Programme Officer at the Health Foundation, Therese Lloyd, Senior Statistician at the Health Foundation, Improvement analytics unit (IAU), Sarah Reeves, Managing Consultant at Mott Macdonald and Professor Sir Denis Pereira Gray, Lead on Continuity Counts at St Leonards Practice in Exeter.
Research presentations (pre-recorded)
Geraldine Clarke, Senior Data Analyst: ‘An evaluation of the impact of the Mid-Nottinghamshire Better Totgether Integrated Care Transformation Programme on hospital use in Mid-Nottinghamshire: challenges and outcomes of using synthetic control methods for evaluation.’
Fiona Grimm, Senior Data Analyst: ‘The association of multimorbidity and common mental health disorders with healthcare utilisation by people with type 2 diabetes: a retrospective cohort study using linked electronic health records.’
Amanda Watt, Research Manager: ‘Developing and sharing learning about improving patient flow and patient and staff experiences through a health care system: Evaluating the Flow Coaching Academy Programme.’
Poster presentations (pre-recorded)
Javed Miah, Assistant Research Officer: 'The impact of Outcomes-Based Commissioning on the third sector.'
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