NCRI Living With and Beyond Cancer (LWBC) Annual Trials and Network meeting Workshop – 24th March 2020
This Special Interest Group (SIG) has been established through Q and the Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre (SISCC), to bridge the gap between academics in the fields of improvement and implementation science and improvement practitioners. The SIG will create a forum to enable cross-sectoral collaboration through the sharing of ideas, challenges and knowledge
Healthcare Improvement Scotland share the findings of a rapid literature review they commissioned about interventions to reduce unplanned admission to hospital of community dwelling adults.
We are seeking an exceptional early career academic with potential to become a Reader/Chair within five years. The post-holder will have the potential to enhance research and teaching excellence in the field of maternal and infant health in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join us as a Lecturer within our vibrant research community to help strengthen our multidisciplinary research in mother and infant health, and health sciences teaching towards REF 2021, and into the future.
Various theories provide guidance on implementing, sustaining and evaluating innovations within healthcare. There has been less attention given, however, to personal theories drawn from practice and the expertise of managers and
In addition to their more traditional clinical role, midwives are expected to perform various health promotion practice behaviours (HePPBes) such as informing pregnant women about the benefits of physical activity during pregnancy and asking women about their alcohol consumption
CHAIN – Contact, Help, Advice and Information Network – is an online mutual support network for people working in health and social care. It gives people a simple and informal way of contacting each other to exchange ideas and share knowledge
Antibiotic resistance is one of the greatest challenges facing mankind. We risk a future of common infections and minor injuries once again proving fatal – plus longer hospital stays and higher medical costs. Some infections are already no longer treatable with current drugs. Around 700,000 people die each year around the world as a result, and some studies predict […]
We are delighted to welcome two new PhD students to the SISCC team: Julie McLaren and Anne-Marie Craig. Julie’s PhD research will focus on large scale education in the areas of care and compassion and reducing inequalities. Julie is based at the University of Stirling and her project is supervised by Professor Jayne Donaldson and Dr […]