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Professor Alison Richardson named as NIHR Senior Investigator and Professor Anne Rogers Emeritus

6 March 2018

Professor Alison Richardson has been named as an National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Senior Investigator for her work here with the CLAHRC Wessex.

The honour is decided by a competition every year and recognises the research expertise of an individual in their particular field. NIHR Senior Investigators are among the most prominent and prestigious researchers funded by the NIHR and the most outstanding leaders of patient and people-based research within the NIHR


And after serving two terms (the maximum allowed) as an NIHR Senior Investigator Professor Anne Rogers has been awarded Emeritus status making her NIHR Senior Investigator Emeritus – a great achievement.

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Staff told us it was hard to keep patients safe while making sure they got a decent amount of uninterrupted sleep. They agreed that the most unwell patients should be checked most often. However instead of taking observations according to the early warning protocol, they used their clinical judgement, juggled timings around other ward expectations or skipped observations to avoid waking other patients read blog >

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