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Evidence Synthesis Team

We talk about the weather, our moods, our work…

We are delighted to host a short series of blogs from the amazing PenARC (NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula) PhD students in which they reflect on the support they have received from each other over the last year... Continue Reading →

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The journey is not about where you go, but about how you get there

We are delighted to host a short series of blogs from the amazing PenARC (NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula) PhD students in which they reflect on the support they have received from each other over the last year... Continue Reading →

“Dude…where’s my team?”

We are delighted to host a short series of blogs from the amazing PenARC (NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula) PhD students in which they reflect on the support they have received from each other over the last year... Continue Reading →

Feeling grounded

We are delighted to host a short series of blogs from the amazing PenARC (NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula) PhD students in which they reflect on the support they have received from each other over the last year... Continue Reading →

Taking time out

We are delighted to host a short series of blogs from the amazing PenARC (NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula) PhD students in which they reflect on the support they have received from each other over the last year... Continue Reading →

Sharing ideas

We are delighted to host a short series of blogs from the amazing PenARC (NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula) PhD students in which they reflect on the support they have received from each other over the last year... Continue Reading →

It’s the little things…

We are delighted to host a short series of blogs from the amazing PenARC (NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula) PhD students in which they reflect on the support they have received from each other over the last year... Continue Reading →

BEETLE (Better Outcomes for Older People), or the importance of planning planned treatments

A guest blog from our newest project team... It has been almost two months since the 1st of May 2021 when the BEETLE (Better Outcomes for Older People) officially started (and it is due to finish in August 2022). So... Continue Reading →

‘Research-informed’ care homes

A guest blogpost from our colleagues working on the exciting ExCHANGE project. ExCHANGE is funded by the Alzheimer’s Society and Dunhill Medical Trust and aims to develop and test ways of engaging care home practitioners and others more practically in... Continue Reading →

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