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CLAHRC SY
Autumn 2013 Newsletter
'Impacts and Sustainability'
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Social Return on Investment: A *FREE* Event to be hosted by the Health Inequalities Theme
Find out more here


CLAHRC YH Introduction Brochure
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Depression (IQuESTS) Dissemination and Networking Event, 12 November 2013, Sheffield
The Event programme and presentations are available to download from our resources section here


CLAHRCs could be the superheroes in quality improvement for patients in the UK - Simon Denegri.
To read the blog post please click here.


CLAHRC SY R&D update
September 2013 download here


Congratulations! CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber funding confirmed for 2014-2018.
More information on the announcement here.


Expanded Newborn Screening newsletter October 2013
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Register for our November Depression Theme Event now
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Innovation in Commissioning
'Whole Systems Event'
Friday 20th September 2013
For more information click here


Expanded Newborn Screening newsletter June 2013
Now available to download here


'Ready Steady Go' telehealth implementation toolkit
Now available to download here


SYC Annual Update - March 2013
Now available for download here


Professor Sue Mawson announced as Director Designate for CLAHRC SY and CLAHRC Leeds, York and Bradford's joint application for funding for a CLAHRC for Yorkshire and the Humber.


Health Inequalities Project Casebook 2008-2012
Now available for download here


FREE training course - social return on investment for public health,
15-16th May 2013.
For more information click here


PPI
Our Winter 2012/13 newsletter is now available here


Industry
Our Autumn 2012 newsletter is now available here


Design 4 Health 2013
Call for papers
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Fuel Poverty, Housing and Health - showcase of national research 12th
December, Sheffield.
Click here for more information


Summary of CLAHRC SY achievements Oct 2010 - March 2012
Now available here


CLAHRC SY's Core Management Team - leaflet explaining our role now
available here


Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research
and Care for South Yorkshire (CLAHRC SY)
is a five year pilot
programme to translate healthcare research into healthcare practice,
with a specific focus on the self-management of long-term conditions.
Our main funder is the National Institute for Health Research.

Our remit is to undertake high quality applied
research, translate research into practice,
and increase our partner organisations'
capacity to do more of the same.

CLAHRC SY has four core values that we
endeavour to adhere to as a CLAHRC.

These are:
• Building Collaborations and Co-production
• Addressing Inequalities in Health
• Capacity Building
• The joint engagement in & ownership of CLAHRC by our partners.

Sheffield Steel, Yemeni Dreams from CLAHRC SY Core Team on Vimeo.

The use of life stories has become an important tool in helping to inform the nature of health and social care services for older people. Life stories help to communicate information about working lives; relationships; family life; health; beliefs and expectations. Dr Jane McKeown (TK2A Theme), Dr Tony Ryan (Stroke Theme) and Professor Christine Ingleton (University of Sheffield) have worked, with funding from the University of Sheffield Knowledge Transfer fund, in establishing the use of life stories for older people, particularly those who have dementia. The team has also explored how life story work can be used with minority ethnic groups of older people.

This short film, joint funded by CLAHRC SY and produced in collaboration with Optical Jukebox, explores the life stories of a group of older Yemeni men who arrived in Sheffield during the 1950s and 60s to work in the steel industry. The film describes the challenges faced by the men and the impact that this has had on their health, relationships and wellbeing. The film helps us to understand the significant role played by this group of men and their legacy for the Yemeni community and the City of Sheffield.

For more information please see here

CLAHRC-SY NIHR

National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care for South Yorkshire (CLAHRC SY) acknowledges funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). The views and opinions expressed are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the NHS, the NIHR or the Department of Health.

CLAHRC SY would also like to acknowledge the participation and resources of our partner organisations. Further details can be found here.

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