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Prioritisation 2009 - 2012

In the first round of PenCLAHRC funding (2009 - 2013) we conducted five rounds of prioritisation. Below is a list of the questions that were considered in each round and were voted on by our stakeholders.

Those questions that were scored the highest were taken forward by PenCLAHRC for further scoping and feasibility testing. You can find a full list of PenCLAHRC projects on our Projects page.

Round Questions
Round 1: March - October 2009

Q1 Rtpa Stroke

Q2 Healthy Compass

Q3 ARNI Stroke

Q4 Parent-delivered programme

Q5 School level interventions

Q6 Excluded Children

Q7 Diabetic foot ulceration

Q8 Dementia Ed Video

Q9 Retinopathy screening

Q10 Parkinson's disease physiotherapy

Q11 Dementia care pilot

Q12 Overactive bladder

Round 2: October 2009 - February 2010

Q1 Distant cancer care

Q2 Overactive bladder

Q3 Vit D and dementia

Q4 Acute GP

Q5 Pelvic floor muscle training

Q6 Patient initiated care

Q7 Diabetes IT review

Q8 TNFa

Q9 Obesity in pregnancy

Q10 Preclinic form

Q11 Green gym

Q12 Medicine mailback

Round 3: February 2010 - August 2010

Q1 Kidney Disease follow-up

Q2 Telephone follow-up

Q3 Thyroid Function Test

Q4 Diabetic Retinal Scanning

Q5 Skin Cancer

Q6 Physio Capacity

Q7 Dementia Respite Care

Q8 Dementia Advanced Care

Q9 Integrated Placement and Support

Q10 Laparoscopy

Q11 Experience Corps

Q12 Peer Support

Round 4: August 2010 - February 2011

Q1 Diabetic Foot Complications

Q2 E-Health Guide for Stroke Sufferers

Q3 Cervical Screening for Women with Learning Difficulties

Q4 Pre-Operative Assessment

Q5 Group Singing for Aphasia

Q6 The Productive Operating Theatre (TPOT)

Q7 Post-Natal Depression: Netmums

Q8 IAPT Bipolar

Round 5: August 2011 - February 2012

Q1 Enhanced Recovery

Q2 Referral Management

Q3 Telehealth (MYQuOL-T)

Q4 PIC in Parkinson's

Q5 Computer games for motor impairment

Q6 Diagnostic assessment in CAMHS

Q7 Mindfulness CBT

Q8 Non-pharmacological interventions for depression in older people with dementia

Q9 Dementia gardens

Q10 Care Homes review

 

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