Research Conference 2020

Our Research Conference, “Developing a City of Research IV”,  took place on 17 and 18 Nov 2020. 

Our fourth annual research conference was postponed in May due to the pandemic. However, not wanting to miss the opportunity to share important research findings and highlight the incredibly varied research we are involved in, including vital COVID-19 research, we held our first virtual research conference over two half days on 17-18 Nov 2020.

Almost 300 people registered, including international delegates, 50+ organisations and many professional groups. Feedback was fantastic; 98% who completed the online evaluation form rated the conference as excellent or good. Here are a few comments:

  • I don't think I have ever experienced anything quite like this before from an NHS Trust.
  • This was a really excellent conference and worked really well online.
  • Holding it over two days made it easier to access.
  • Could pick and choose what to watch that was relevant to me, therefore value for money.
  • Invigorating and refreshed my enthusiasm for research.
  • The variation in content was brilliant - a memorable occasion.
  • Really impressed with enthusiasm and passion of colleagues @ResearchHumber for research that makes a difference to patients.

Professor Tony Avery presenting

 

Steve, Research Support Manager, behind the scenes on the day controlling everything!

You can also access our annual ‘Research changes lives’ video (15 mins) here: https://youtu.be/UkjHO76cYkU 

If you didn’t manage to register and would like the links to the conference recording to view at your convenience, please contact us on: HNF-TR.ResearchTeam@nhs.net

 

Programme – Day 1

 

Tues 17 Nov 2020, 13:30-16:30

 

Chair (day 1): Dr John Byrne, Executive Medical Director,

Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

 

13:30

Michele Moran, Chief Executive, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust – Welcome

13:35

Prof Shanaya Rathod, Consultant Psychiatrist & Director of Research, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust – Psychological impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic: Insights from an international survey

14:00

Stephen Lock, (Interim) Chief Information and Technology Officer, NIHR Clinical Research Network – Local health needs data and research relevance

14:25

Break

14:35

Dr Soraya Mayet, Consultant Psychiatrist, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust & Honorary Senior Lecturer, Hull and York Medical School - Telemedicine in addictions: randomised controlled trial results and patient experience

15:00

Dr Jane Wray, Director of Research, University of Hull – The STaR Project: Supporting the Transition and Retention of newly qualified nurses

15:25

Break

15:35

Claire Marshall, Perinatal Mental Health Specialist Nurse, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust  – My research journey; from curiosity to NIHR Clinical Academic Fellowship and beyond  

16:00

Dr Margaret Ikpoh, GP Partner Holderness Health & Associate Director for Primary Care Education Hull York Medical School – Research in a pandemic

16:25

Sharon Mays, Chair, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust - Round up of first day

16:30

End of first day

 

Programme – Day 2

 

Wed 18 Nov 2020, 09:30-12:30

 

Chair (day 2): Dr Soraya Mayet, Consultant Psychiatrist Addictions Specialist,

Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

 

09:30

Michele Moran, Chief Executive, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust – Welcome

09:35

Prof Tony Avery, Professor of Primary Health Care, University of Nottingham – Research into practice: development and evaluation of the PINCER prescribing safety intervention in primary care through to national rollout

10:00

Dr Rebekah Carney, Research Associate, Youth Mental Health Research Unit Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust – The physical health of young people on mental health inpatient units

10:25

Break

10:35

Alison Williams, Occupational Therapist, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust – From research clinician to research participant

11:00

Dr Liz Littlewood, Programme Manager, University of York - Behavioural Activation in Social IsoLation (BASIL): mitigating the impact of depression and loneliness in older adults with long-term conditions during the Covid-19 pandemic

11:25

Break

11:35

Sue Long, Research Participant in a Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust study – Tomorrow is another day 

11:45

Dr Mark Wilberforce, Senior Research Fellow, University of York – Putting people at the heart of community care

12:10

Cathryn Hart, Assistant Director Research & Development, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust – Celebrating research and changing lives (video)

12:25

Sharon Mays, Chair, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust - Conference round up

12:30

Conference closes

 

Save the date:

5th Annual Research Conference, mornings of 17 and 18 Nov 2021. Free and open to anyone to attend.