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How can NHS services in south London be improved? What do patients and service users think?

NIHR CLAHRC South London

Saturday, 7 March 2015 from 10:00 to 15:30 (GMT)

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services for people with diabetes Ended Free  
services for people who drink alcohol in a dangerous or hazardous way Ended Free  
maternity services Ended Free  
palliative and end of life care services Ended Free  
services for people who have had a stroke Ended Free  
services that address the physical health of people who have experienced psychosis Ended Free  
how NHS services are planned and commissioned Ended Free  
no particular interest – I am interested in all NHS services Ended Free  

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How can NHS services in south London be improved?
What do patients and service users think?

We are a team of researchers at King’s College London and St George’s, University of London, working with the financial support of the National Institute for Health Research (the research arm of the NHS) to make health services in south London better.

We are part of an organisation called the 'Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care South London' – CLAHRC South London for short. We have been given £9 million from the National Institute for Health Research and are using the money to improve services for people with diabetes; maternity services; services for people who have had a stroke; palliative and end of life care services; and services for people who drink alcohol in a potentially dangerous way. We also plan to improve the control of infection – and reduce the incorrect use of antibiotics – and address the physical health needs of people who have experienced the symptoms of psychosis.

Meet the researchers, find out about their plans and tell them what you think they should be doing on:
Saturday 7 March 2015
10am to 3.30pm
Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre SE1 9NH
(5 minutes from Waterloo station)

The event is open to everyone who uses NHS services in south London and will include a free lunch. We can also reimburse the cost of travelling to Waterloo and provide a creche place foe children aged four months to four years.

For more information about the work of the CLAHRC South London, visit www.clahrc-southlondon.nihr.ac.uk
This is a free event but registration is necessary.

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Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre SE1 9NH
108 Stamford St
SE1 9NH London
United Kingdom

Saturday, 7 March 2015 from 10:00 to 15:30 (GMT)


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NIHR CLAHRC South London

The Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) South London is investigating the best way to make tried and tested treatments and services routinely available. University-based researchers, health professionals, patients and service users are working together to make this happen.

The collaborating organisations are Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Health Innovation Network (the NHS England-funded academic health science network in south London), King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, King’s College London, King’s Health Partners, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, St George’s, University of London and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

The work of the CLAHRC South London is funded for five years (from 1 January 2014) by the National Institute for Health Research, collaborating organisations and local charities. It is hosted by King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

The CLAHRC is also working closely with GPs, local authorities (responsible for public health) and commissioners of health services in south London.

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