Theme 5: Engagement with Self Directed Support

    Projects

  • NEW Using the GENIE online tool in Southampton

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  • NEW CONTAIN Joint Pain - Self-management tool for people with Osteoarthritis joint pain

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  • NEW Mapping the availability of information and other support for managing pregnant women at risk of pre-eclampsia - with Oxford CLAHRC

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  • NEW The relationship between socioeconomic status and pathways to lung, colorectal and prostate cancer diagnosis: identifying the contribution of GP and patient factors to late cancer diagnosis.

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  • NEW Using a social network mapping tool (GENIE) to help people who attend walk in emergency care - Cross-cutting research with Theme 3

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  • Implementation and evaluating the GENIE tool in Southampton Integrated COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Service.

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  • GENIE (Generating Engagement in Networks Involvement)

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  • Commissioning of Self-Management Support for people with long-term conditions

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  • Research projects looking at self-management resources for people with long-term conditions

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  • COMPLETED: Management of dizziness through open systems.

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  • COMPELETED: Development of a Collective Efficacy measure

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  • COMPLETED: Long-term condition self-management support in patient online communities.

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  • COMPLETED: Studying pathways of effective self-management for delayed prescribing and reducing antibiotic use.

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Professor Anne Rogers
Professor of Health Systems Implementation & Director NIHR CLAHRC Wessex - Theme 5 co-lead

Ivo Vassilev
Principal Research Fellow - Theme 5 co-lead

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Frailty seminars - coming soon!
Thu 7th March 13:00-16:30
Chilworth, Southampton

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Patient and public involvement is vital to the success of the CLAHRC.

We would be pleased to hear from you if you are interested in becoming involved in our research and implementation.

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