Our Research

Our vision is to lead research for safe, high quality and sustainable care by embracing diversity of experience and expertise

Involving Patients and the Public
Supporting Impact: Tools and Resources
Our Team
NIHR Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Research Collaboration

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. We invite national and international speakers to present on patient safety topics of interest to researchers, Health and social care managers, clinicians, policy makers and patient representatives. Please join us.

Our seminars take place in-person at The Wolfson Centre for Applied Research and also online. Please see below our current seminar programme with booking link.

Forthcoming Seminars and Webinars:

We are taking a short summer break but we will resume our seminar programme on 12 September.  In the meantime, please click on the link below to view our previous seminars.


Job Vacancies

Senior Research Fellow  – 46 months

£43,742 to £50,056 a year per annum

We are seeking an enthusiastic, collaborative and highly organised researcher, with experience in research project management and conducting high quality, health services or applied health qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods research to join our friendly team. The successful applicant will lead studies in the Decluttering (safely) for Safety theme as part of the NIHR funded, prestigious Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Research Collaboration. This theme is led by Professors Rebecca Lawton, David Alldred and Robbie Foy.

You will take a leading role in the delivery of a portfolio of projects within De-cluttering (safely) for safety PSRC theme, along with collaborating across themes and with patients, members of the public, NHS staff and other stakeholders, including NIHR research organisations and industry partners. Critical to the role will be engaging with patients, clinicians and other stakeholders to optimise study design, data collection, and the impact of your findings.

For further information about the role and to apply, click here.

Closing date – 9 July 2024

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