OUR RESEARCH

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THE IMPACT OF OUR WORK

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NIHR Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Translational Research Centre

YQSR Group Research Seminars and Webinars

The aim of the Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group’s seminar series is to bring together academics, clinicians and NHS managers in an intellectual and social environment to exchange knowledge, experience, and ideas. The format of each seminar is intended to encourage a range of perspectives and engagement. Invited guests include researchers from our partner institutions (Universities of Leeds, York and Bradford), Yorkshire and Humber research partners, Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network colleagues, NHS Trust managers, clinicians, and research students.

All the seminars are held at the Bradford Royal Infirmary in the Sovereign Lecture Theatre.; however please note that these are currently taking place as webinars.

Forthcoming Seminars and Webinars:

Wednesday 22 February 2023 12.30pm – 1.30pm (online)  – Improving safety in early diagnosis of cancer, delivered by Dr Georgia Black, Reader in Applied Health Research, Centre of Prevention, Detection & Diagnosis at the Wolfson Institute of Population Health, Queen Mary University of London.                            Click here to book.

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Current Vacancies

We're hiring

Patient and Public Involvement Manager – fixed term 5 years – 26.5 hpw –   Band 7

Closing Date 30 January 2023

The PSRC will be one of six new collaborations nationally and will, with our University partners, deliver research within four innovative themes:

  • Safer Systems, Culture and Practice
  • De-cluttering (safely) for safety
  • Supporting safe care in the home
  • Rethinking safety intelligence for improvement

Our themes of work, developed with patients, families and health professionals, address four challenges that represent the cornerstones of the healthcare system: safety intelligence, safety culture, effective safety practices and patient/carer safety behaviours. You will have a key role in our research, developing and implementing strategic plans for patient and public involvement and engagement and equality, diversity and inclusion in all our research activity, ensuring that our work is informed by the views and needs of patients and members of the public and co-produced with them. You will identify opportunities for a range of perspectives to inform our research and you will enhance the impact of our work by engaging with local communities through a variety of channels using creative approaches. You will work closely with voluntary and community sector groups to develop the infrastructure for community research.

For more information and to apply:

https://beta.jobs.nhs.uk/candidate/jobadvert/C9389-22-4046 

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