Resources: Podcasts

ScHARR’s Communicable Research – Episode 7 – Suzanne Ablard – Advanced Practitioner roles within the NHS. Listen via Spotify, Apple or Anchor

An insight into being a public contributor with Ruby Bhatti OBE DL

As part of our PPIE and Co-Production focus we chatted to Ruby Bhatti OBE DL. Ruby explains why she is so passionate about being part of the ARC Yorkshire & Humber, and why involving the public and patients in research is so essential. Ruby gives tips for researchers working with PPIE groups, and advice to anyone thinking of getting involved.

“There’s a lot that needs de-implementing” – Four frontline doctors talk about implementation

Kristian Hudson, our Implementation Specialist, interviewed four frontline junior doctors to find out what their experiences have been of implementation.

What is practical implementation and how we can promote it within our health systems and across the world more?

Check out this interview with Allison Metz and Laura Damschroder - 'What is practical implementation and how we can promote it within our health systems and across the world more?'

The push of research Vs the pull of practice – Ensuring our research works with practitioners

We have spoken about the powerful combination of improvement science and implementation science before on this podcast. I was therefore delighted to speak to Professor Bijal Balasubramanian, general practitioner physician and epidemiologist with expertise in primary care, cancer prevention and control, and dissemination & implementation science.

Unlocking Data to Inform Public Health Policy and Practice

Greg Fell, Seb Hinde and Dr Matt Franklin discuss the extent to which decision-makers and economic evaluation frameworks are 'on the same page' when it comes to defining and quantifying health inequalities to help inform the commissioning of care services regionally, with a focus on the current care commissioning landscape across health and adult social care within England.