Knowledge Exchange, Engagement, and Effective Implementation
We will maximise the engagement of and knowledge exchange with stakeholders to drive the programme of research and implementation to effect real step changes in health and care.
We will integrate knowledge exchange through all areas of our work, develop and deliver effective implementation with inbuilt evaluation, and support new projects initiated by our stakeholders.
A key area of our work will be to embed engagement into all activity of the CLAHRC NWC, involving active participation of partners, patients, the public and professional stakeholders such as front-line clinicians and local authority public health officers in processes of co-production and delivery of our programmes, from planning, through design to delivery and implementation. This will ensure that all implied research and implementation activities delivered by CLAHRC NWC are designed to facilitate use by care providers and users.
If you would like to find out more about our work in the area, please contact the Theme Leader, Professor Mark Gabbay via M.B.Gabbay@liverpool.ac.uk
Beyrami HJ, Doshmangir L, Ahmadi A, Jafarabadi MA, Morasae EK, Gordeev VS. Impact of rural Family Physician programme on maternal and child health indicators in Iran: an interrupted time series analysis. BMJ open. 2019 Jan 1;9(1):e021761.
Blackburn RM, Hayward A, Cornes M, McKee M, Lewer D, Whiteford M, Menezes D, Luchenski S, Story A, Denaxas S, Tinelli M. Outcomes of specialist discharge coordination and intermediate care schemes for patients who are homeless: analysis protocol for a population-based historical cohort. BMJ open. 2017 Dec 1;7(12):e019282.
Cockshott CJ, Kiemle G, Byrne P, Gabbay MB. “Back to Square One”: The Experience of Straddling Adolescence and Early Adulthood in Unemployed UK University Graduates with Common Mental Health Issues: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Emerging Adulthood. 2018 Aug;6(4):266-79.
Eleuteri A, Fisher AC, Broadbent DM, García-Fiñana M, Cheyne CP, Wang A, Stratton IM, Gabbay M, Seddon D, Harding SP. Individualised variable-interval risk-based screening for sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy: the Liverpool Risk Calculation Engine. Diabetologia. 2017 Nov 1;60(11):2174-82.
Gabbay MB, Ring A, Byng R, Anderson P, Taylor RS, Matthews C, Harris T, Berry V, Byrne P, Carter E, Clarke P. Debt Counselling for Depression in Primary Care: an adaptive randomised controlled pilot trial (DeCoDer study). Health technology assessment (Winchester, England). 2017 Jun;21(35):1.
Gabbay M, Shiels C, Hillage J. Sickness certification for common mental disorders and GP return-to-work advice. Primary health care research & development. 2016 Sep;17(5):437-47.
Gabbay M, Shiels C, Hillage J. The issue of “long-term” fit notes for depression in the UK: patient, GP and general practice variation. Journal of Mental Health. 2017 Jul 6:1-8.
Giebel C, McIntyre JC, Daras K, Gabbay M, Downing J, Pirmohamed M, Walker F, Sawicki W, Alfirevic A, Barr B. What are the social predictors of accident and emergency attendance in disadvantaged neighbourhoods? Results from a cross-sectional household health survey in the north west of England. BMJ open. 2019 Jan 1;9(1):e022820.
Giebel C, Medley G, Smith S, Thornton M, Furlong M, Ennis M, Young C. Communicating psychosocial well-being in motor neurone disease to staff: results from a World Café approach. Quality of Life Research. 2019 Apr 30:1-6.
Giebel C, Zwakhalen S, Louise Sutcliffe C, Verbeek H. Exploring the abilities of performing complex daily activities in dementia: the effects of supervision on remaining independent. Aging & mental health. 2019 Apr 15:1-7.
Giebel C, Hassan S, McIntyre J, Corcoran R, Barr B, Gabbay M, Downing J, Comerford T, Alfirevic A. Public involvement in the dissemination of the North West Coast Household Health Survey: Experiences and lessons of co‐producing research together.Health Expect. 2019;00:1–7.
Graham S, Sullivan K, Briggs L, Goodall M, Iraci Capucinello R. A preliminary service evaluation of a personality disorder case management service. Personality and mental health. 2019 May;13(2):65-74.
Hassan SM, Leavey C, Rooney JS. Exploring English speaking Muslim women’s first-time maternity experiences: a qualitative longitudinal interview study. BMC pregnancy and childbirth. 2019 Dec;19(1):156.
Ogunrin O, Woolfall K, Gabbay M, Frith L. Correction: Relative solidarity: Conceptualising communal participation in genomic research among potential research participants in a developing Sub-Saharan African setting. PloS one. 2018 Jun 19;13(6):e0199514.
Omani-Samani R, Alizadeh A, Almasi-Hashiani A, Mohammadi M, Maroufizadeh S, Navid B, Khedmati Morasae E, Amini P. Risk of preeclampsia following assisted reproductive technology: systematic review and meta-analysis of 72 cohort studies. The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine. 2018 Dec 28:1-5.
Omani-Samani R, Almasi-Hashiani A, Safiri S, Rezaeinejad M, Shokri F, Morasae EK, Maroufizadeh S, Sepidarkish M. Why caesarean is more unequally concentrated among better-off people in Tehran? A concentration index decomposition approach. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2019 Feb 1;73(2):182-7.
Rafiey H, Rarani MA, Alipour F, Rouhi N, Morasae EK. Assessment of women's empowerment: An exploratory study to develop a valid and reliable Persian-version tool. Health care for women international. 2018 Oct 3;39(10):1110-22.
Rarani MA, Shadi Y, Rashedi V, Morasae EK. What has Iran achieved in under-five mortality in terms of equity and efficiency in the past decades?. Public Health. 2019 Jan 1;166:128-39.
Saini P, Chantler K, Kapur N. GPs’ views and perspectives on patient non-adherence to treatment in primary care prior to suicide. Journal of Mental Health. 2018 Mar 4;27(2):112-9.
Shiels C, Gabbay M, Hillage J. Recurrence of sickness absence episodes certified by general practitioners in the UK. European Journal of General Practice. 2016 Apr 2;22(2):83-90.
Shiels C, Gabbay MB, Hillage J. Change in diagnosis on fit notes within an episode of certified sickness absence. Family practice. 2016 Jun 24;33(5):510-6.