Salford Research Day
Host: Salford Royal Hospital Research and Development
Location: Mayo Building, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
About the event:
The Second Salford Royal Research Day on Friday 13 September will be a fantastic opportunity to learn more about research projects in Salford which have driven significant changes in practice or which have led to improvements in clinical care.
- Professor Stephen Campbell: NIHR Greater Manchester PSTRC: University of Manchester in partnership with Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust to improve primary care patient safety.
- Jenny Harris: Classification and pathology in primary progressive aphasia.
- Mark Farrar: Population-specific recommendations on sunlight exposure could reduce risk of vitamin D deficiency: results of a dose-response study in UK South Asians.
- Ronan O’Driscoll: Why is oxygen therapy in the real world different from what is recommended in National Guidelines?
- Darren Green: The influence of short term weather changes on acute hospital admission rates.
- Professor John McLaughlin: How does your gut taste?
- Michael Taylor: Success in optimising service efficiencies for improved access, care and flow for patients with acute intestinal failure using QI methodology.
- Monty Silverdale: The Parkinson’s Pain Study.
- Sarah Benson: Routine introduction of holistic assessment tools within the primary brain tumour population: acceptable and feasible for both patients and nurses.
There will be a poster room where researchers will present their work and and organisations that support research and innovation within Salford will have stalls. Refreshments available.
For queries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information and registration can be found: http://www.nhssalfordrd.org.uk/researchday.html
Professor Stephen Campbell
Organisation: NIHR GM PSTRC
Professor Chris Griffiths
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Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust