Integrated Care through Multidisciplinary Teams Rapid Review 

The purpose of the Advisory Panel is to involve members of the public and CLAHRC NWC Partner staff in a consultative and advisory capacity within the above named review, allowing Panel members to shape the work and ensure that the review produced is fit for purpose.  

Benefits of being part of the panel: 

-          collaborate as part of a team to shape a rapid review of the evidence.

-          learn about the processes involved in systematic reviewing, tackling health inequalities, developing evidence-based practice in            healthcare and collaborative working.

-          be supported to disseminate the review findings.

-          gain knowledge of the review topic which explores integrated models of care and multidisciplinary teamwork.

-          network with peers exploring similar issues from across the North West Coast.

-          be acknowledged within any publications that are linked to the Integrated Care Through Multidisciplinary Teams Review.

Advisory Panel Members

   Panel members below and pictured left, in attendance at
   a Partner Priority Programme workshop.


Saiqa Ahmed                    Public Adviser                            
Helen Armitage Cheshire West & Chester Council
Andy Clegg UcLAN
Jenny Edwards UcLAN
Lesley Harper University of Liverpool
Michelle Maden University of Liverpool
Denise Nardone Public Adviser
Tejpal Purewal  Royal Liverpool Hospital


Panel Members are required to:

a) actively participate in all scheduled Advisory Panel meetings.

b) undertake the necessary preparatory work which will include reading, raising questions and contributing views.

c) support the Evidence Synthesis Theme in evaluating the rapid review against the Health Inequalities Assessment Toolkit (HIAT) and provide advice on how this might shape the review.

d) comment on the protocol for the current review and support the Evidence Synthesis Theme in evaluating the impacts and outcomes of the review.

e) read a draft of the review, providing comments and advice regarding its readability, completeness, and interpretation.

f) with support from the Evidence Synthesis Theme’s staff, disseminate the review findings during the Partner Priority Programme workshops.

g) Support the Evidence Synthesis Theme in evaluating the impacts and outcomes of the Advisory Panel approach