Last week Becca Abbott was invited to attend a meeting hosted by @CochranePAPAS on Paediatric Pain at the Wellcome Building in London. The meeting, ‘Chronic pain in childhood, time for change; Evidence, policy, and practice in paediatric pain’, brought together many... Continue Reading →
Morwenna and some former members of EST (Michael, Darren) recently published a systematic review and meta-analysis of non-pharmacological interventions to reduce the distress and anxiety that children and young people experience when undergoing treatments for cancer. The paper found some... Continue Reading →
Last week, a group from PenCLAHRC travelled to London for a cross-CLAHRC care homes research event (#CLAHRCCare17) organised by Claire Goodman and team from NIHR CLAHRC East of England. The meeting aimed to provide an overview of CLAHRC supported care... Continue Reading →
Last week our information specialists Alison and Morwenna were in Dublin for the combined ICML and EAHIL conference. We ran two workshops, the first on using the CADTH tool PRESS to review search strategies, and the second comparing different techniques for... Continue Reading →
This week we are supporting our colleagues in PenCRU (Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit) in raising awareness of brain injury in children by joining in with #CerebraHeadAware week hosted by UK charity Cerebra. As a research team we have worked with... Continue Reading →
Our information specialists, Alison and Morwenna, spend a fair amount of time either teaching search skills, or thinking about how to improve methods of teaching search skills. It’s a tricky art requiring regular changes to the content and delivery depending... Continue Reading →
This week Jo, Morwenna and Alison have been in London for the first What Works Global Summit an exciting five days of workshops, presentations, meetings and networking. Between us we attended sessions on evidence gap maps, raising media awareness, getting... Continue Reading →
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