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UCLH Support in Cancer Care Research Forum (SCCRF) inaugural presentation by Dr Rachel Taylor

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UCLH Support in Cancer Care Research Forum (SCCRF) is proud to welcome Dr Rachel Taylor for its inaugural presentation.

Dr Rachel Taylor is the Director of the Centre for Nurse, Midwife and AHP led Research (CNMAR). As well as supporting clinical academic careers in NMAHPs and increasing research capability and capacity, she also leads a large programme of research on improving outcomes for teenage and young adults (TYA) with cancer. Rachel is from an adult/child nursing background, specialising in research in 1995. She joined UCLH in 2009 after completing her PhD to lead the development and implementation of the national evaluation of TYA cancer services in England (BRIGHTLIGHT). Rachel's programme of work under the BRIGHTLIGHT umbrella now includes a portfolio of work related to the delivery of age-appropriate care, development of psychosocial interventions, development of patient reported outcome measures and improving TYA access to clinical trials.

This inaugural presentation of UCLH Support in Cancer Care Research Forum (SCCRF) will focus on the BRIGHTLIGHT team's involvement of patients to collaborate in delivering research that is relevant to patients. Rachel will present how this evolution of involvement by the BRIGHTLIGHT team is moving towards a cohesive clinical team-patient-researcher model to ensure the relevance to patients equates to the relevance to practice


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