Developing R&D capacity in PHE North East
PHE ePoster Library. Lambert M. Sep 13, 2016; 137873; 259
Dr. Mark Lambert
Dr. Mark Lambert
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Abstract BackgroundTo fulfil its mandate “to secure improvements to the public's health… through evidence-based interventions” PHE is concerned with production and use of knowledge. This summarises the development and delivery of the R&D programme for both the North East Centre and the North East public health system, and considers how to maintain evidence-informed policy and practice.MethodThe programme developed from a Celebration of R&D for all staff in September 2014. This identified possibilities for production and use of research, and supports needed. A local plan was developed, using these insights and the Knowledge into Action cycle. Priorities included:Encourage research through effective partnershipsDevelop an evidence-informed approach to advice and supportMake consistent use of research productsApply structured approaches to improving day to day responsibilitiesThe 2015/16 programme developed and delivered collaboration with PHE's national Knowledge Management team included sessions on:*Rules of research: covering information governance, PHE Research governance*Celebration of R&D: providing opportunities for exchange*Fundamentals of R&D- a series including Searching, Critical appraisal and Knowledge sharing, and *Evaluation Masterclass.A formal programme review in February 2016 considered the work plan, session programmes and evaluations.ResultsThe development programme was successful in supporting a core group of PHE staff, and to some degree in engaging the wider public health system.ConclusionsThe North East R&D programme should*differentiate PHE's internal development from support for the wider PH system*respond to strong demand for technical skills development*develop a sustainable pattern of delivery External funding details This work was developed within Public Health England, no external funding was used.
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